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Companies Comminution

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

HOSOKAWA ALPINE Aktiengesellschaft, Germany

Since the company was established in 1898, Hosokawa Alpine has been developing, designing and manufacturing components and turnkey systems for the dry and wet processing of powders, granules and bulk materials for the chemical, pharmaceutical, food, mineral, metals and recycling industries. Whether more

Products Comminution

NEW: The first Variable Speed Rotor Mill which can be used as Centrifugal as well as Cutting Mill!

Ideal for soft, medium-hard, brittle, hard-brittle, fibrous, temperature-sensitive materials and all this with an extremely fast sample throughput. more

Cutting Mills - Fast, safe, simple - the right solution for every application!

Variable adjustable rotor speed - for fine as well as powerful comminution ✓ Residue-free cleaning – unbeatable fast, simple and efficient ✓ Available as stainless-steel versions for the analytical sector, food and pharmaceutical industry ✓ more

Videos Comminution

NEW: The first Variable Speed Rotor Mill which can be used as Centrifugal as well as Cutting Mill!

Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 premium line - Ideal for soft, medium-hard, brittle, hard-brittle, fibrous, temperature-sensitive materials and all this with an extremely fast sample throughput. more

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Comminution

Comminution Comminution is one of the four main groups of mechanical processing and describes the movement of the particle size distribution (grains, drops, bubbles) into a range of finer particle sizes (The other groups are agglomeration, sepa ... more

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