How the FRITSCH Laboratory Cutting Mills work



April 20, 2016

FRITSCH Cutting Mills are ideal for comminution of soft to medium-hard, brittle, fibrous, tough or temperature-sensitive materials as well as plastics and for preparation of heterogeneous mixtures. The samples are comminuted by cutting and shearing forces, and the selected sieve cassette determines the final fineness. Various knife geometries and replaceable blades ensure maximum flexibility and durability. Cutting tools of various steel types as well as of hardmetal tungsten carbide can be used for controlling the abrasion problems. The Universal Cutting Mill PULVERISETTE 19 is also available completely made of stainless steel. FRITSCH Cutting Mills

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