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Two Fritsch instruments selected for Industriepreis awards

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The Industriepreis industry awards allow German companies that have developed advanced solutions to be recognised across 14 categories. Fritsch has recently announced that its Jaw Crusher Pulverisette 1 and its Disk Mill Pulverisette 13 have won two of these awards.

Jaw Crusher Pulverisette 1

The Fritsch Jaw Crusher Pulverisette 1 ran in the Research and Development category. It is a pre-crushing tool for hard or brittle materials including ferrous alloys. Fritsch offers two versions of the Jaw Crusher Pulverisette 1 in order to match the desired feed size and sample quantity. It is therefore ideal for use in the mining, chemical, and glass and ceramics industries.

The crushing jaws can be completely swivelled out or removed, ensuring that the instrument is easy to clean.

Disk Mill Pulverisette 13

Previously entered into the Industriepreis in 2014, Fritsch’s Disk Mill Pulverisette 13 has been designed for fine grinding down of hard-brittle to medium-hard solids, particularly medium particle sizes.

Automatic locking has been applied to the collecting vessel and grinding chamber, making the instrument safer. Moreover, it has been made to be easy to operate by a motor-driven grinding gap adjustment with digital gap display and a clear display.

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