King’s offers a complete product line of ceramic grinding media ranging from high density to low density into various industries. More than a grinding media supplier King's is dedicated to providing customers with exceptional technical services including simulation lab test, continuous wear rate test and on-site technical service.
Our Grinding Media is used in process equipment like ball, attritor and stirred mills to achieve excellent particle size reduction for fine and ultra-fine grinding (UFG) applications.
King's 25 years of experience in the industry has allowed us to develop a full range of superior grinding media products. The Kings’s product family includes an extensive line of high to low end Grinding Media suitable for every customers application.
King's experienced team aims to further develop tailor-made products to satisfy each of our customers unique needs. King's goal is to continue to actively develop innovative new types of grinding media in the ceramic and mining industry.
Our strong R&D team is continuously developing new products like the MineMate Beads series with great success in the market.Read more
There are many parameters affecting the grinding efficiency and production cost in Ultra-fine grinding unit. In order to best simulate the milling conditions in the full-size plant, King’s conducts continuous simulation test in the lab to find the optimized parameter for customers. King’s technical team also offers on-site technical support and training courses to the end users.Read more
King’s has been cooperating with renowned institute in China on the new product development. So far, King’s has gained eighteen patents on product innovation and media testing method.Read more
Completed in 2016 King's modern production facility expands over 50,000 square meters and has an annual production capacity of 25,000MT.
Alex Wang，the division manager of metallic minerals from King's, was recently interviewed by MEI(Mineral Engineering International) committee because of his excellent performance in Comminution Conference.