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Fritsch GmbH, Germany

FRITSCH is one of the internationally leading manufacturers of application-oriented laboratory instruments for sample preparation and particle sizing. Here a short view of the FRITSCH instrument ranges: - Mills for crushing, micro-milling, mixing, homogenising of hard-brittle, fibrous, elasti more

XRF Scientific Europe GmbH, Germany

XRF Scientific Limited is an Australian listed company (ASX: XRF) based in Perth, Western Australia. XRF manufactures equipment and chemicals, which are distributed to production mines, construction material companies and commercial analytical laboratories, in Australia and overseas, and used in the more

Fluxana GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

FLUXANA® - XRF Application Solutions Our clients are X-ray fluorescence (XRF) users. This spectroscopic method is employed for elemental analysis as it enables determination of the inorganic components in a substance/product. The method is applied throughout the entire quality assurance industry as more

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The New High-Tech Standard for Variable Speed Rotor Mills

The NEW extra strong Centrifugal Mill offers impact, shearing and cutting comminution, higher performance, better cooling and is significantly quieter more

High-Performance Grinding down into the Nano Range

Grinding has never been safer: instead of manually, the grinding bowls are automatically clamped by the mill – extremely easy and safe operation more

Multifunctional, industrial-grade Mill

Ideal for sample preparation of moist, oily and fatty as well as of dry, soft, medium-hard and fibrous samples for an exact analysis. more

News Laboratory Mills

  • The FRITSCH Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 premium line was granted two awards

    For the eleventh time the Huber publishing house for Neue Medien GmbH (New Media) selects outstanding companies from the industry for the INDUSTRIEPREIS (industry award) within the time period of the HANNOVER MESSE. And the winners for progressive products and solutions are chosen: the FRITSCH Varia more

  • 90 Years of Sample Preparation with RETSCH

    A renowned German manufacturer and supplier of products for the preparation and characterization of solids, RETSCH GmbH, celebrate their 90th anniversary this year. Founded by F. Kurt Retsch in 1915 the company, located near Duesseldorf, soon turned into one of the leading suppliers of laboratory mi more

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The New High-Tech Standard for Variable Speed Rotor Mills

The NEW FRITSCH Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 premium line offers impact, shearing and cutting comminution in one instrument – with a higher performance, better cooling and significantly quieter than comparable instruments. Its powerful motor is ideal for the particularly fast comminutio more

High-Performance Grinding down into the Nano Range

With two grinding stations, we have developed the NEW FRITSCH Planetary Mill PULVERISETTE 5 premium line as the ‘big sister’ to the PULVERISETTE 7 premium line: Your ideal mill for fast wet and dry grinding of hard, medium-hard, soft, brittle and moist samples as well as for mechanical alloying, mix more

Multifunctional, industrial-grade Mill

The new FRITSCH PULVERISETTE 11 is the ideal Knife Mill for very fast and gentle comminution and homogenisation of moist, oily and fatty as well as of dry, soft, medium-hard and fibrous samples. This makes it a perfect all-rounder with many advantages for sample preparation in the fields of foodstuf more

White papers Laboratory Mills

  • "Green Chemstry" in the Laboratory

    The term "green chemistry" is commonly used to describe chemical procedures which meet specific requirements with regards to the conservation of resources and protection of the environment. The objective is to avoid undesired by-products by selecting more

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