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For fast and gentle pre-crushing and fine-grinding of medium-hard, brittle materials up to a Mohs hardness of 6 in laboratories, pilot plants and industry.
Needles, leaves, grain, resins, cellulose, chemicals, dried fruits, peat, seeds, dried plants
Animal feed, salts, pellets, coal, porcelain clay, spices, gypsum, drugs, potash, tablets, slag, minerals, ash, stone and soils (bauxite, limestone, dried clay, etc.), synthetic resins, pyrite, cement clinker, coke, ores, refractory materials
Comminution in the Cross Beater Mill takes place through impact, friction and shearing forces. The feeding funnel guides the grinding material directly into the centre of the grinding chamber, where it is comminuted between the cross beater and the teeth of the grinding insert. The selected bottom sieve determines the final fineness. The rotating cross beater also creates airflow through the funnel that accelerates the discharging of the ground sample into the collecting vessel. The supplied filter hose can be integrated here to effectively reduce the release of fine dust.
The Cross Beater Mill PULVERISETTE 16 is equipped with a grinding insert, cross beater and impact plates made of stainless steel.
Also included is a stainless steel 5 litre collecting vessel with filter hose and a bayonet lock that ensures an especially convenient and dust-free connection. The bottom sieve must be ordered separately.
The bottom sieves made of stainless steel with trapezoidal and square perforation determine the final fineness of the sample. In general, the finer the desired final fineness, the smaller the perforation of the bottom sieve should be; the larger the perforation, the higher the throughput.
For comminution of large quantities, you can equip your PULVERISETTE 16 with the special 30 litre collecting vessel with filter hose. The PULVERISETTE 16 can be easily fixed to a table or the FRITSCH Universal support stand may be ordered.
The Cross Beater Mill PULVERISETTE 16 is also available with a grinding insert made of cast iron, which is much cheaper.