Ideal for comminution of plastics in the incoming and outgoing goods inspection

FRITSCH Cutting Mills
(PresseBox) ( Idar-Oberstein, )
Cutting Mills are ideal for comminution of soft to medium-hard, fibrous or tough materials as well as plastics and for preparation of heterogeneous mixtures in the incoming and outgoing goods inspection as well as for sample preparation for subsequent analysis – that means every time when materials need to be ground.

The samples are comminuted by cutting and shearing forces, and the selected sieve insert determines the final fineness.

Various knife geometries and replaceable blades ensure maximum flexibility and durability.

Grinding parts of various steel types as well as of hardmetal tungsten carbide can be used for controlling the abrasion problems.

Unmatched ease of cleaning! - FRITSCH cutting mills allow the entire grinding chamber to be opened without tools in seconds with just two simple motions for complete cleaning of all grinding parts. Unbeatably fast, simple and efficient!

In addition to its unrivalled fast and easy cleaning FRITSCH Cutting Mills offer a whole series of other advantages that set it apart from others. This makes them easier to use, durable and safer - and makes you the work easier.

Your benefits with FRITSCH CUTTING MILLS
- particularly easy handling for fast working
- unrivalled easy cleaning by patented quick opening
- optimal air flow for rapid grinding and secure protection against clogging
- secure operation and less wear due to patented double cone mounted rotor
- particularly long-lasting due to replaceable knives and fixed-knives
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