RETSCH sieve shakers ensure accurate, reliable and user-friendly grain size analysis.
RETSCH GmbH – world-leading supplier of lab equipment for sample homogenization and sieve analysis – have enhanced their product range with a complete line of instruments for applications with large feed sizes and high throughput rates.
The new generation of RETSCH rotor mills SR 300 and SK 300 has been greatly improved with regard to performance, handling and flexibility.
One of the most successful companies in the laboratory market celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. In 1915 Friedrich Kurt Retsch founded the F. Kurt Retsch GmbH & Co. KG whole sale company for laboratory supplies in Duesseldorf, Germany. By 1923 the company’s first own piece of laboratory equipment was patented, a mortar grinder which became known worldwide as the “Retsch Mill” and replaced tiresome manual grinding with hand mortars. This innovation earned Retsch an excellent reputation in the international science and research community.
with the new Vibratory Disc Mill RS 200
Grinding down to the nanometer range with innovative water cooling
- GERO is a leading manufacturer of vacuum furnaces up to 3,000 °C - Founder and Managing Director Roland Geiger stays in the management
Nok en gang tilbyr RETSCH og SPECTRO et felles brukerseminar om RFA. For den praktiske delen kan deltakerne ta med matemateriale for nedmaling og analyse.
The Dutch technology group VERDER has strengthened its international business activities by expanding the product portfolio. In addition to classic laboratory and analytical technology, their focus has now extended to high-temperature material testing and physiochemical analysis.
For the grinding of solids the use of a cyclone can be beneficial, depending on the material properties.
RETSCH ‘s new cyclone mill TWISTER is specially designed for the processing of foods and feeds for subsequent NIR analysis.
These new knife mills produce representative samples in seconds
The Cryo Mill has been specially designed for cryogenic grinding. The grinding jar is continually cooled with liquid nitrogen from the integrated cooling system before and during the grinding process. Thus the sample is embrittled and volatile components are preserved.
This rotor mill allows for extremely rapid size reduction of a vast range of materials which considerably increases the sample throughput in the sample prep laboratory.
Out of more than 15,000 test grindings, the most frequent applications are available for free download.