New Rotor Mill Offers Variable Speed for Optimal Sample Grinding
Apr 15 2020 Read 175 Times
The Fritsch Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 premium line offers impact, shearing and cutting comminution in one instrument, with a higher performance, better cooling and significantly less noise than comparable instruments. Its powerful motor is ideal for the particularly fast comminution of soft to medium-hard, brittle as well as fibrous materials and temperature-sensitive samples with an extremely fast sample throughput, which can be further increased by the use of the Fritsch Cyclone separators.
The instrument provides powerful grinding with 22,000 rpm with the impact rotor for particularly fast sample throughput of < 15 mm up to 15 l/h and more. A final fineness down to d50 < 40 μm, sieve rings 0.08 - 6 mm is achieved with particularly good cooling of the grinding material. Both batch-wise or continuous grinding is made possible with the Fritsch Cyclone separators.
The Intelligence-Safety-Control-System automatically checks the components of the grinding set - labyrinth disk for impact or cutting rotor, collecting vessel with lid - for completeness and correct insertion. Even the Fritsch Vibratory Feeder LABORETTE 24 for automatic feeding is detected by the programme. The grinding starts only when all the parts are fully and correctly inserted and the instruments lid is properly locked.
The well-conceived Clean Design covers all the areas, which make the cleaning of your mill as easy as possible: All the surfaces are designed to be extremely dirt-resistant and easy to clean. And all the parts that need regular cleaning can be removed with a single motion without tools and can be cleaned in an ultrasonic bath or in the dishwasher. Furthermore, the innovative laser welding of the sieve rings enables due to less dead spaces a significantly easier cleaning, as well as greater stability and longer service life.
Combine your PULVERISETTE 14 premium line with a Cyclone for sample exhaustion. The powerful airflow ensures simple feeding, increases throughput, and reduces the thermal load of the samples which is ideal for continuous comminution.
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