knife mill / for organic waste / glass / for cables
Fritsch GmbH - Milling and Sizing
for organic waste, glass, for cables, coarse powder, for mixed waste, for ceramics, straw, mineral wool, for plastics, for biomass, food, for powders, for ceramic, waste, for wood, for metals, for coal grinding
laboratory, for the pharmaceutical industry, universal, compact, for the food industry, for recycling, dry milling, high-speed, low-speed, variable speed, heavy-duty, bench-top, fine cutting, powerful, for secondary demolition, specimen, for sample preparation, robust, high-performance
Max.: 3,000 rpm (18,850 rad.min-1)
Min.: 50 rpm (314 rad.min-1)
Max.: 60 kg/h (132 lb/h)
Fine and powerful comminution with maximum flexibility!
Variable rotational speed for optimal adjustment of the cutting speed to your sample material
The NEW Universal Cutting Mill from FRITSCH is ideal for size-reduction for a wide range of different materials due to variable adjustment of the rotational speed of the rotor, various knife geometries, replaceable blades, practical sieve cassettes and that with an unmatched ease of cleaning.
Variable 300-3000 rpm for fine comminution
The high-speed Universal Cutting Mill PULVERISETTE 19 comminutes up to 60 l/h of soft to medium-hard sample materials and fibrous materials at a torque of up to 30 Nm with reliable reproducible results. The great advantage: The variable rotational speed adjustment in increments of ten between 300 and 3000 rpm enables fine tuning of the comminution process for each sample within a very wide range of applications.
Variable 50-700 rpm for powerful comminution
The low-speed Universal Cutting Mill PULVERISETTE 19 with variable rotational speed adjustment between 50-700 rpm and a torque of up to 67 Nm enables due to the combination of low cutting rate and extreme cutting forces a very powerful comminution of hard, tough-elastic samples and small sample quantities. At the same time, it is the ideal solution for all cases where e.g. thermal damage, the loss of highly volatile substances, or an excessively high fine share need to be avoided.