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Home > Press > NETZSCH Introduces Upgraded Lab-sized Agitator Bead Mills

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NETZSCH Fine Particle Technology introduces a new upgraded line of Mini and MicroSeries agitator bead mills for wet grinding of small batches. Ideal for laboratory and sample grinding, the Mini and MicroSeries mills accommodates different grinding chambers that vary in fabrication and size for specific applications. The mill can grind particles down to 10 to 20 nanometers in size.

NETZSCH Introduces Upgraded Lab-sized Agitator Bead Mills

Exton, PA | Posted on February 24th, 2010

The new design is more compact, and ancillary equipment is now mounted on the mill. Users can control cycle time, system alarms, measurement of motor power and data logging capability from a color touch screen mounted on the mill. The seal flush system and cooling water hoses are integrated directly into the machine frame. The pump is on a sliding platform, and can be moved into the equipment frame when out of use. In addition, the new line offers a remote mounted electrical enclosure, a larger mill motor, and pressure and temperature transmitters.

The complete line comprises three mills, each with grinding chamber parts fabricated with different materials for specific applications. For metal-free grinding, the MicroCer features chamber parts in wear-resistant zirconium oxide and is designed for solvent-based applications. The general-purpose use MicroFer is designed in stainless steel and has a cooled chamber. The MicroPur uses polyurethane parts for grinding water-based products.

Each mill in the MicroSeries line can be scaled up to the MiniSeries line to handle larger volumes. All three machines are equipped with Netzsch's proprietary ZETA® grinding system. The Mini and MicroSeries also feature an improved centrifugal separation system that employs grinding media from 0.05 to 1.5 mm in size, the smallest in the industry.

For more information about the Mini and MicroSeries, visit the NETZSCH Corporate Web site:

www.netzsch-grinding.com/en/products-solutions/laboratory-machines/wet-mills/microseries.html

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About NETZSCH Fine Particle Technology
NETZSCH Fine Particle Technology, LLC (Exton, Pa.), an affiliated company of the Germany-based NETZSCH Feinmahltechnik GmbH, provides customized grinding, mixing, dispersing, kneading, deaeration, classifying, press and laboratory solutions for the paint and coating, pigment, pharmaceutical, food processing, ceramics, agricultural, minerals processing, cosmetics and R&D markets. More than 130 years of experience, targeted development and daily contact with customers, combined with process engineering know-how and an extensive machine and plant program, make NETZSCH one of the world’s leading suppliers. For more information, visit grinding-netzsch.com or call 484-879-2020.

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Contacts:
Ashley Reppert
PR Consultant for NETZSCH
Schubert Communications, Inc.
610-269-2100, ext. 229

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