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Extremely efficient and fast grinding with maximum safety, highest convenience and simple operation!

FRITSCH Planetary Mills premium line for grinding down to the nanometer range!

Idar-Oberstein, Germany | Posted on June 23rd, 2014

Discover with the new FRITSCH premium line a completely new dimension in high-tech milling. For the first time ever, never known before, rotational speeds and ultrafine grinding results down into the nano range are achieved.
Due to the time-saving premium grinding bowl locking-system, the automatic checking of the locks in the mill, the blocking in event of impermissible operating states and the new automatic shut-off function in event of an imbalance, man and the machine are kept safer than ever.
Grinding has never been as fast and safe!

Your advantages with the FRITSCH premium line:
- FASTER
With the FRITSCH premium line you can achieve for the first time revolutionary rotation speeds of up to 1100 rpm and a sensational acceleration of 95 times the force of gravity. The resulting energy application is roughly 150% greater than classic planetary mills.
Your practical advantage: Tasks are more economical and considerably finer grinding results in shorter times are delivered.

- SIMPLER
For the first time, the bowl and lid form a solid unit - the grinding bowls are closed gas-tight with one motion and with a second motion, they are safely locked in the mill. The grinding bowls position themselves and snap securely into place - no additional tensioning, no incorrect operation! The grinding chamber of the premium line opens and closes automatically and independently rotates the bowl mounts in a convenient position for handling.
A well-organised touch screen provides simple and precise navigation through the menu structure; it is easy to program in precise start times.
Your practical advantage: Absolutely user-friendly handling and time-saving - a decisive simplification of your daily work.

- SAFER
Safety redefined: The mill automatically detects the inserted grinding bowls via a special RFID chip, then optimises the rotation speed and prevents impermissible grinding settings.
Especially practical: The automatic parameter check - before every grinding - guarantees exact reproducibility.
Your practical advantage: Guaranteed constant and optimal results - incorrect operation impossible!

Equipment
To achieve best grinding results, all grinding bowls and balls are available in different sizes and materials. For grinding in inert gas and for mechanical alloying use the FRITSCH premium line gassing lids - quickly and safely.
The FRITSCH EASY GTM ensures a simple and easy monitoring of thermal effects, physical and chemical reactions or increase or decrease in pressure due to continuous measurement of gas pressure and temperature directly in the grinding bowl. And the mill is automatically controlled in a manner that the set parameters are not exceeded.
When grinding in suspension use the FRITSCH Special Emptying Device. Your advantage: quick and easy separation of the grinding balls and suspension.
Your practical advantage: An extensive range of accessories guarantees optimal grinding for each application!

Test the FRITSCH Planetary Mill premium line:
We can write a lot - convince yourself! Send us your sample for a free-of-charge test grinding and compare for yourself!

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Contacts:
Mrs. Melissa Fauth
Phone: 001-412-559-8840

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