Cutting electronic and hazardous waste

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June 30, 2021

Electronic waste can be a very difficult sample to grind. Because in general, PC boards consist of electrically insulating material made of hard paper or plastic. The electrically conductive tracks, which are usually made of copper, are printed or etched onto the board. Batteries are considered hazardous waste and during the cutting there are some precautions which need to be observed. Our head of laboratory Leos Benes will demonstrate how to safely and effectively cut both: electronic waste and hazardous waste with our Universal-Cutting Mill PULVERISETTE 19. See more FRITSCH application reports and videos here

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