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ACCELERATION forces up to 95x g and size reduction down through the NANO-range with Premium Line Planetary Ball Mills. Used in materials science, advanced chemistry, and sample preparation. Solid-state chemistry, mechanical alloying, formulations, screening, oxides, catalysts, additive applications, and more. Reach final fineness of < 100 nm, based on material properties.  Consistent, repeatable processing. Data logging and automated PC control achieved with (optional) EASY GTM system and Mill Control software.  Mill parameters and program react to continuous monitoring of gas pressure and temperature, directly in grinding bowl.  Expand research in alternative applications and materials, even if you haven’t created them yet.

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Fritsch Milling & Sizing, Inc.
57 Grant Drive
Suite G
Pittsboro, NC  27312

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FRITSCH instruments are used worldwide for particle size reduction, sample preparation for analytical analysis, product development, materials science, as well as particle characterization for both size and shape. Found in fast paced industrial process monitoring, critical laboratory applications in QA/QC, and R&D, we offer the right mill and particle analyzer for your materials. Serving a broad range of industries- from nano-technology, food, pharma, agriculture, and beyond. FRITSCH, founded 1920 as an independent family business. Today 100+ employees work in the headquarters with subsidiaries in USA, Russia, France, Singapore, China.

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