Hard nuts must often be cracked when it comes to milling or grinding samples, raw materials or residues. Depending on the requirements, this is done by devices that work fast or gently as not to cause any damage, that create particles of a constant size, leave no contaminant residues or fulfil other milling conditions or results. This key topic provides you with information on new products and leading providers as well as background information.

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A Mixer Mill for 6-fold increased sample troughput and maximum flexibility

Thanks to 35 Hz, grinding usually is twice as fast as in classic Mixer Mills with max. 30 Hz. ✓ All grinding jars of the MM 400 can be used. ✓ Maximum sample capacity is 50 x 2 ml single use reaction vials. more

Reproducible Sample Homogenization with the Fastest Rotor Mill in the Market

Increased reproducibility through temperature monitoring ✓ Suitable for cryogenic grinding with liquid nitrogen or dry ice ✓ Patented cassette system ensures 100% sample recovery ✓ more

Insert the grinding bowl, start, finished: Get to know the fastest and safest Planetary Ball Mills on the market

Planetary ball mill ✓ Up to 2200 rpm bowl speed ✓ Final fineness down to <100 nm ✓ Wet and dry grinding in 3 minutes ✓ more

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  • FRITSCH Change of Generations

    After almost 40 years as managing director of FRITSCH GmbH, Robert Fritsch was bit farewell on his retirement on 1st January 2020. He looks back on times of modernization, economic growth and success. In 1920 the medium-sized family business was fund in Idar-Oberstein as a technical precious stones more

  • New research by UCR physicists could help develop gamma ray lasers and produce fusion power

    Positronium is a short-lived system in which an electron and its anti-particle are bound together. In 2007, physicists at the University of California, Riverside created molecular positronium , a brand-new substance, in the laboratory. Now they have succeeded in isolating for the first time a sample more

  • Eurofins enters Japanese Genomics market by taking a stake in Fasmac

    Eurofins has recently become one of the major shareholders in Fasmac Co. Ltd. located in Kanagawa, Japan. This allows the Group to enter into the Japanese Genomics markets. Fasmac (an abbreviation for Food Assessment and Management Center), a subsidiary of Nippon Flour Mills Co., is the leading GMO more

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