Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Quick and Easy Spectroscopy Sample Preparation
Aug 20 2019 Read 692 Times
The Fritsch Vibrating Cup Mill PULVERISETTE 9 offers many practical advantages in all areas in which hard, brittle and fibrous material must be ground extremely quick down to analytical fineness. The instrument is indispensable for fast sample preparation, for example in spectroscopy preparation, ore and geology laboratories, mining and metallurgy, ceramics industry, agriculture and environment, infrared and X-ray fluorescence analysis.
The PULVERISETTE 9 is very powerful, especially quiet, simple to operate, quick to clean, has a well-conceived drive concept and the grinding set is safe and easy to tension. The instrument is perfect for loss-free grinding results in extremely short grinding time due to up to 1500 rpm. Grinding sets in 5 different materials and 3 different sizes from 50 ml to 250 ml volume are available.
No similar mill offers a more convenient operation: The working position is ergonomically optimised; the ease of cleaning is without match. The grinding sets are especially light and are equipped with heat insulated handles, and do not have to be placed directly on the vibrating plate in the centre of the mill. The grinding set is simply placed on the guide rail, an anti-rotation lock enables easy movement to the final position and the safety switch checks the firm position. This protects your back and saves energy and time. The grinding set is tensioned in seconds using a well-thought out one-hand lever.
The setting of the grinding time precisely the second, the pause periods and rotational speed as well as the programming and storage of grinding cycles is done via the self-explanatory multilingual menu navigation on the LCD display. A special detector automatically recognises when you use a grinding set made of agate and reduces the rotational speed independently.
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