Bohle Turbo Mill 150

Precision Particle Reduction of Difficult Products

  • Yields consistent particles from difficult ingredients
  • Dual-sided rotor ensures high throughput for wet or dry materials
  • Final particle dimensions from 0.2-3 mm
  • High throughput of approximately 1,500 kg/hr

The Bohle Turbo Mill BTM 150 is a hammer mill that increases the viability of challenging wet or dry pharmaceutical and nutraceutical ingredients. It employs a dual-sided blade assembly that has a hammer-like side to shatter dry materials and a knife-like side to slice wet materials. Users simply flip the rotor based on their ingredients. Operating at high-speeds of 1,000 to 6,000 rpm, the mill reduces material size to 0.2-3 mm at outputs of 1,500 kg/hr. This mill is suitable for continuous or batch production, research and product development.

Material is evenly filled into a milling chamber via an automatic rotating valve that protects against overfilling. The BTM 150 discharges finished particles through a screen that regulates final particle dimension based on 0.2-3 mm screen selection. The blade and screen perform in conjunction to determine final product size. The mill rotor can be reversed to deal with specific product behavior while rotation direction remains unchanged.

The BTM 150 offers easy transport on a mobile carriage. An integrated lifting column enables variable height adjustment to fit into almost any pharmaceutical production line. The mill is cGMP-compliant and is manufactured with 316 stainless steel for parts that contact ingredients. The mill can be dismantled for cleaning in less than three minutes.

About L.B. Bohle

L.B. Bohle LLC, the U.S. subsidiary of L.B. Bohle Maschinen & Verfahren GmbH, provides high-efficiency processing technologies benefitting the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical markets, including tablet coating, milling, granulating, blending and weighing equipment. With thirty years experience and more than 35 patents worldwide, L.B. Bohle continues to innovate technology that meets the challenges of the pharmaceutical industry, making the company one of the world’s leading manufacturers of pharmaceutical processing equipment. For more information, visit

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