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Universal Cutting Mill PULVERISETTE 19 - Fast Solution for All Your Needs

Video   Apr 28, 2017

 

With a maximum feed size of 70 x 80 mm, a throughput quantity of up 60 l/h and a rotor speed of 2,800 rpm, comminutes the FRITSCH Universal Cutting Mill PULVERISETTE 19 quickly and effectively dry soft to medium-hard sample materials, as well as fibrous materials and plastics with reliable reproducible results and like all FRITSCH Cutting Mills is also unmatched in regards to simple and fast cleaning. One special advantage: Straw, films and similar materials can be fed in up to their full length without additional preparation. And the PULVERISETTE 19 is also ideal for RoHS tests.

In this video we demonstrate the comminution of bones.

 
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