Mills and Grinders
New Grinder Quickly Pulverises Large Sample Volumes
Mar 08 2017
No grinder can beat the speed of a Vibratory Disc Mill when it comes to preparing samples, e.g. for XRF analyses. In addition to the well-proven Vibratory Disc Mill RS 200 Retsch now offers the RS 300 XL for sample volumes of up to 2000 ml.
This new model allows for simultaneous processing of up to 4 samples. Thanks to the robust universal drive shaft, which sets the grinding jar into a 3-D motion, it accepts grinding sets weighing up to 30 kg. The RS 300 XL very effectively grinds hard, brittle and fibrous samples like cement, coal, minerals or electronic components by impact and friction. Grind sizes below 50 microns are typically obtained in a matter of seconds. For safe operation the grinding set is firmly attached to the vibration plate with a pneumatic clamping device.
A selection of grinding jar materials and sizes makes this mill versatile and suitable for grinding a variety of sample materials without affecting analysis results.
Due to the high final fineness and speed both Retsch Vibratory Disc Mills are the perfect choice when it comes to preparing samples for spectral analysis.
Benefits of the RS 300 XL include: reproducible results and homogeneous samples; short grinding times; programmable interval function; optional Autolifter for ergonomic handling of heavy grinding sets.
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