Largest feed size yet! 220mm x 170mm with the NEW Retsch SM 400 XL Cutting Mill

Ok, it won’t fit on your lab bench-top – but it will cut and grind soft, medium-hard, tough, elastic, fibrous, and heterogeneous mixes of products.

Retsch XL Cutting Mill SM 400 XL

Do you need to analyse materials like: animal feed, bones, cables, cardboard, feed pellets, foils, food, hay, leather, lignite, material mixtures, paper, PET preforms, pharmaceutical products, plant materials, plastic toys, plastics, polymers, refuse derived fuels, resins, rubber, spices, straw, textiles, waste, wood, … ?

The Cutting Mill SM 400 XL is ideally suited for pre-cutting of large sample pieces but, depending on the application, may also achieve the required fineness in one step.

The high torque of the new 3 kW drive with flywheel mass allows for an exceptionally effective preliminary size reduction of heterogeneous mixtures, such as waste or electronic components.

The cutting mill is used successfully for a great variety of materials. The sample is only moderately warmed up during the grinding process so that the mill is perfectly suitable for grinding temperature-sensitive materials. Due to the large open surface of the 240 mm x 240 mm bottom sieve, it is possible to grind large sample quantities and to increase the throughput.

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