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Planetary ball mills

31st March 2015


Fast, loss-free fine grinding dry, in suspension or in inert gas, for mixing and homogenising of emulsions and pastes, for mechanical alloying and activation 

Fritsch Planetary Mills classic line are most effective for rapid loss-free and reproducible ultra-fine grinding of hard, medium-hard, brittle and fibrous materials dry or in suspension, for mixing and homogenising as well as for mechanical alloying/activation in materials research. Samples can be processed from a few milligrams to several kilograms at a wide range of fineness levels down to less than 1 μm. They are absolutely reliable, especially easy to operate and clean. Matching grinding parts of various materials are also available to provide maximum protection against undesired contamination of the samples.

Advantages with Fritsch Planetary Mills classic line are:

  • Fast grinding to below 1 μm
  • Up to 800 rpm
  • Safe clamping of the bowls with the Safe-Lock-System
  • Simple, ergonomic handling and easy cleaning
  • Grinding bowls and balls in 8 different materials to suit all needs and avoidance of contamination through abrasion – maximum protection against undesired contamination of the samples
  • Consistent reproducibility
  • Long, reliable service life even under continuous, heavy duty usage

The mills are ideal for comminution of samples with a maximum feed particle size of up to 10mm and a sample quantity of 0.5-900ml down to a final fineness below 1 µm dry or in suspension in the areas of Geology and Mineralogy, Ceramics, Chemistry, Biology, Pharmaceuticals, Metallurgy, Material Technology and sample preparation for analysis. In addition to comminution, they are worldwide standard for mixing and homogenising of emulsions and pastes as well as for mechanical alloying and activation in materials research.





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