Lab Grinding Mills
In a laboratory setting, most materials used for sampling are non-homogeneous mixtures. The best method of obtaining a small sample of these mixtures is to take a quantity of the material big enough to be compositionally representative, and then reduce it to a fine powder. This is where laboratory grinders and mills come in – they are essential for grinding, pulverizing, and chopping samples for routine analysis.
The right type of lab grinding mill to be used depends on the sample; Will it be used for wet or dry milling? What is the sample’s capacity, and desired particle size? How important is it to prevent cross-contamination?
One of the most popular types of a lab grinding mill is an attritor mill, which is an excellent alternative to grind virtually any type of sample.
Norstone has been involved in milling for 35 years of both liquids and powders. For assistance on choosing the right laboratory grinder, contact us. We’ll be happy to work with you to figure out the ideal lab grinder or grinding mill for your specific application. With Norstone you’ll be sure to get a high quality, reliable and durable laboratory grinder that will serve your lab well. Use our online form to request a quote for the mill you are in need and you’ll receive a fair price from the team at Norstone.
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