Creation of Nano Particles, New Grinding Concept! Simpler - Extremely Fast Bowl Change with Just Two Motions. Faster - High-speed with Up to 1100 Rpm for Better Results in Shorter Times. Safer - Due to the Revolutionary Selflock-technique of the Grind
May 27 2008
Faster, simpler and safer than ever! A new dimension in high-tech milling!
Why did FRITSCH sink the grinding bowls?
Characteristic features of conventional planetary ball mills are grinding bowls clamped onto the solar disk of the mill. This limits the maximum rotational speed, because from a certain borderline rotational speed the centrifugal powers asserted on the bowl, are so high, that the fasteners may not be able to hold the bowl - resulting in damaged mills and bowls. On the other hand, the grinding of materials into the nano range ï¿½ an increasingly demand ï¿½ requires much higher applications of energy and therefore higher rotational speeds as previous planetary ball mills allowed.
The sinking of the grinding bowl into the solar disc solves this problem! Now the center of gravity of the bowls is on the level of the solar disc. The appearing centrifugal powers produce considerably lower moments of tilt, which in turn allow clearly higher rotational speeds of the mill. So with the new FRITSCH premium line an up to 150% higher application of energy is possible. The grinding time into the nano range is hereby considerably reduced. For certain materials this increased application of energy makes the production of nano particles with planetary ball mills possible.
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