Homogeneous grinding of tablets and pills without wearing out your wrists!

Homogeneous grinding of tablets and pills without wearing out your wrists!

Size reduction of tablets and pills are an essential step prior to analysis. Tablets are usually ground with a mortar and pestle. The mechanical action takes its toll on the users wrists and that’s where Retsch can help.

Safety is high priority for all workplaces. Ongoing repetitive work must be minimised wherever possible. RSI and arthritis can be avoided with automation. No need for laboratory staff to waste time grinding tablets and pills.

The Mortar Grinder RM 200 can mix and homogenize solids, including powders, suspensions and pastes. even with high viscosity. The RM 200 is suitable for reliable and reproducible sample preparation to analytical fineness. The RM 200 substitutes cumbersome hand mortars by a high performance drive with electronic control.

The grinding set can be cryogenically 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.

  • For trituration processes to < 10 microns, dry and wet
  • Ideal for the preparation of homeopathic medicine
  • Cryo-grinding of frozen yeast noodles
  • Wide choice of grinding sets
  • Easy to use and clean
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