Knife Mill Fast Cryogenic Comminution
The Knife Mill Pulverisette 11 provides a homogeneous sample in a very short time due to its special design, as the manufacturer Fritsch says.
Each subsample taken from any location in the grinding vessel is representative for the original sample. This should ensure an exact, significant analysis for a wide range of different materials, regardless of whether the sample is dry, moist, soft, medium-hard, fibrous or oily. The standard knife made of stainless steel can be used for comminution of nearly all materials due to its four blades and a well-conceived geometry. The sickle knife made of stainless steel is ideal for grinding especially fibrous, tough or sinewy samples. In addition to the grinding vessel made of scratch-resistant Polycarbonate, a grinding vessel made of stainless steel 316L for cryogenic comminution and for grinding harder sample materials is available. For food-safe analysis and for verification of polymers the grinding vessel made of glass is available. For grinding oily samples and for BPA-free sample preparation, the grinding vessel made of Eastman Tritan Copolyester is recommended.