FRITSCH Milling and Sizing! Innovations at POWTECH 2016

FRITSCH, an internationally respected manufacturer of application-oriented laboratory instruments for sample preparation and particle sizing, is again one step ahead.

Convince yourself and discover the FRITSCH innovations live during POWTECH 2016: Hall H2 • Stand 218!

  • High-tech laboratory mills for a wide range of applications
  • Efficient sieve analysis
  • Innovative particle sizing
  • Well-conceived sample dividing, feeding and cleaning

FRITSCH innovations in the field of size-reduction

Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 premium line
The new extra powerful Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 premium line offers impact, shearing and cutting comminution in one instrument with extremely fast sample throughput of up to 15 litres and more per hour.

Planetary Mill PULVERISETTE 6 premium line
For fast and powerful wet and dry grinding, mechanical alloying, mixing and homogenising of hard, medium-hard, soft, brittle, tough and moist samples down into the nano range.
FRITSCH innovations in the field of Particle Sizing

Particle Sizer ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer
Ideal for fast analysis of particle shape and size with Dynamic Image Analysis of dry, free-flowing powders and bulk solids in a measuring range from 20 µm to 20 mm. Ideal for uncomplicated quality control and the fast alternative to sieving!

Laser Particle Sizer ANALYSETTE 22 NanoTec
Ideal for fast analysis of particle size with Static Light Scattering.
Due to the particularly wide measuring range of 0.01 to 2100 µm, the ANALYSETTE 22 NanoTec is the ideal, universally applicable Laser Particle Sizer for efficient particle size analysis down into the nano range - in production and quality control as well as in research and development.
The practical modular design guarantees fast, perfect dry and wet dispersion due to a wide range of dispersion modules.

You should have a look!
POWTECH 2016 • Hall H2 • Stand 218

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