The PULVERISETTE 7 Planetary Micro Mill premium line with two grinding workstations is intended for a extensive range of applications and ideally suited for loss-free grinding down to a final fineness of 100 nm of tough, medium-hard and stiff materials. Depending on the desired final fineness, the grinding can be executed dry, in suspension or in inert gas.
The PULVERISETTE 7 classic line with two workstations is perfectly suited for fast, uniform, and extremely fine comminution of very minor samples down to colloidal fineness of hard, medium-hard, brittle and moist samples. Depending on the desired final fineness can the grinding be accomplished dry or in suspension.
A high performance Planetary Ball Mill with a single grinding bowl workstation and 650 revolution per minute high speed, the PULVERISETTE 6 Planetary Mono Mill Classic Line can creates a constant high grinding performance with a loss-free grinding results for hard, medium-hard brittle and moist samples, whether is in dry or wet grinding.
The PULVERISETTE 5 Planetary Mill premium line with two grinding workstations is the ideal mill for fast wet and dry grinding of hard, medium-hard, soft, brittle and moist samples as well as for mechanical alloying, mixing and homogenising of larger sample amounts with reliable results down into the nano range – and an absolutely secure automatic clamping of the grinding bowls.
The PULVERISETTE 5 Planetary Mill classic line with two or four working stations delivers fast and reliable, due to the particularly high-energy effect of the grinding balls, loss-free grinding results of hard, medium-hard, soft, brittle, tough and moist materials down to colloidal fineness. Depending on the desired final fineness, can the grinding be performed dry, in suspension or in inert gas.
With regards to conventional Planetary Mills, the rotational speed of the grinding bowls and supporting disk can be configured separately in the PULVERISETTE 4 classic line with two working stations. This give you a single mill for mechanical activating and alloying providing optimum grinding conditions suited to the respective material to be ground and the size of the grinding bowls and balls!