Cutting Mill Pulverisette 19 for Cannabis Processing

The Pulverisette 19 Universal Cutting Mill System has been optimized for Cannabis Processing.

The PULVERISETTE 19 (P19) Cutting Mill with Cyclone Sample Collection System has been optimized for cannabis processing.

This system offers a variable speed motor, and a range of sieve cassettes to allow one to optimize for extractions, or for pre-roll products, or other ingredients. Particle size output can be quickly adjusted & controlled, and will be reproducible regardless of end user.

It offers a high-throughput of 1 lb/min or more, depending on moisture content, size of flowers and desired final article size. The mill is equipped with a high-performance cyclone collection system. This continuous milling system do not exert heat load on the Cannabis material, and prevent loss of particulate matter to the environment.

This Cannabis Mill is easy to clean. The cutting chamber opens up completely to allow easy access to all areas. Reducing the likelihood of accidental batch cross-contamination has never been easier.

Maximum feed size: 40×70 mm (1.5×2.75’’)
Final fineness: 1 to 6 mm (18 mesh to ¼’’), depending on system settings
Throughput: 0.5 kg/min (1 lb/min) or more
Moisture content < 15%
Materials: Contact parts Stainless Steel (housing Aluminum Alloy)
Electrical 100-120/ 15 A


Certified safety (CE mark) – optional CSA approval for Canada

2-year warranty

A rotor fitted with knives grind the sample in combination with three fixed knives. The material remains in the grinding chamber until the desired final fineness is reached (typically a fraction of second). The Cyclone system actively pulls the ground product from the mill, though the selected sieve (1 to 6mm), into a stainless steel container.

  • Adjustable, controllable & reproducible particle size output to optimize CO2 extractions
  • High throughput ≥ 1 lb. /min
  • No change to chemical profile due to heat build-up
  • No loss of material to the system or environment
  • Easy to clean; prevent cross-contamination