New Rotor Mill Features Variable Speed and Handles Large Sample Volumes
Feb 28 2020 Read 357 Times
The latest generation of Retsch’s rotor mill SR 300 has been greatly improved with regard to performance, handling and flexibility.
The speed of the rotor beater mill SR 300 is substantially increased and can be set between 3,000 and 10,000 rpm, thus allowing for optimum adaptation to application requirements. Further new features are the removable cassette and push-fit rotor which can be easily taken out for cleaning without using tools, just like the removable hopper. The material feed size can accept up to 25 mm and the cassette allows for almost 100% sample recovery. A distance rotor is available for grinding temperature-sensitive materials. An optional cyclone improves material discharge and cooling. The grinding chamber, feed hopper and material inlet and outlet of the SR 300 are made from high-quality stainless steel. It is therefore ideally suited for use in pharmaceutical and food laboratories.
The mill provides results which are comparable to those achieved with benchtop models like the ZM 200 but accepts larger batches.
The SR 300 is suitable for pulverising food samples such as rice, sugar, drugs, spices, herbs, seeds and many more.
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