New: The first Rotor Mill which can be used as Centrifugal and Cutting Mill
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The NEW Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 premium line is ideal for efficient pre- and fine comminution of soft, medium-hard, brittle, hard-brittle, fibrous, temperature-sensitive materials with an extremely fast sample throughput and if desired also heavy-metal- and iron-free!
Overview of the main features:
- Two mills in one instrument and the only Variable Speed Rotor Mill, which is suitable for cutting
- Easier operation due to Intelligence-Safety-Control – the mill only starts once everything is correct
- Parts in contact with the sample can be easily removed without tools, dishwasher safe, sterilisable
The Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 premium line offers impact, shearing and cutting comminution in one instrument - with higher performance, better cooling and significantly quieter than comparable instruments.
With powerful 22,000 rpm of the impact rotor, as a centrifugal mill, it ensures a fast sample throughput of 15 l/h and more, which can be further increased by the use of the FRITSCH Cyclone separators. It is ideal for soft to medium-hard, brittle, fibrous and temperature-sensitive samples. Samples which are difficult to grind or extremely temperature-sensitive samples can be embrittled with the addition of liquid nitrogen and subsequently comminuted.
Unique dual use: By using a cutting rotor, the Variable Speed Rotor Mill becomes a Cutting Mill - ideal for efficient pre- and fine comminution of soft to hard-tough, fibrous materials and plastics. And in contrast to conventional Cutting Mills, the entire grinding chamber and all grinding parts can be removed without tools, cleaned in the dishwasher and are autoclavable for sterile comminution.
How you can fast and easily turn your material into a homogeneous sample for first-rate analysis - ask our experts – they are happy to advise you.
Up-dated information on the FRITSCH Variable Speed Rotor Mill can be found here.
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