The Mortar Grinder RM 200 can mix and homogenize powders, suspension and pastes, even for samples with high viscosity. The RM 200 is suitable for the proper and reproducible sample preparation to analytical fineness.
The sample grinder substitutes cumbersome hand mortars by a high performance drive with electronic control. The grinding set can be cooled and heated and is very easy to clean. Grinding sets of various material qualities are available which can be exchanged easily for optimum adaptation to various grinding tasks.
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|Applications||grinding, mixing and triturating, dry and wet|
|Field of application||agriculture, biology, chemistry / plastics, construction materials, food, geology / metallurgy, glass / ceramics, medicine / pharmaceuticals|
|Feed material||soft, hard, brittle, pasty|
|Size reduction principle||pressure, friction|
|Material feed size*||< 8 mm|
|Final fineness*||< 10 µm|
|Batch size / feed quantity*||10 - 190 ml|
|Grinding chamber volume||700 ml|
|Speed at 50 Hz (60 Hz)||100 min-1|
|Setting of pestle pressure||vertical by adjusting knob + scale, horizontal by adjusting knob + visual/acoustic control|
|Setting of scraper pressure||by adjusting knob + visual control|
|Material of grinding tools||hardened steel, stainless steel, tungsten carbide, agate, sintered aluminium oxide, zirconium oxide, hard porcelain|
|Setting of grinding time||digital, 1 - 99 min / continuous operation|
|Drive||1-phase motor with auxiliary capacitor|
|Electrical supply data||different voltages|
|Protection code||IP 53|
|Power consumption||250 W (230 V, 50 Hz) / 290 W (120 V, 60 Hz)|
|W x H x D closed||400 x 480 x 370 mm (opened 400 x 550 x 510 mm )|
|Net weight||~ 24.2 kg|
The Mortar Grinder RM 200 comminutes, mixes and triturates by pressure and friction. The function of the scraper is to feed the sample material into the area between the mortar and pestle. This forced feed ensures that the whole of the sample is continuously subjected to the grinding and trituration process and is also intensively mixed.
The grinder pestle is not located in the center of the mortar but is offset; contact with the rotating mortar and the sample causes it to rotate automatically. The necessary grinding pressure is achieved by the weight of the pestle itself combined with the adjustable spring pressure acting on its axis.