The Mixer Mill MM is a compact, versatile bench-top unit developed specially for dry, wet and cryogenic grinding of small sample amounts. This laboratory mill mixes and homogenizes up to 2 x 20 ml powders and suspensions within a few seconds. With its powerful performance and great flexibility, the Mixer Mill MM is a unique product in the market. You may also be interested in the mixer mill models MM nano or MM vario which operate with the same functional principle but with a higher frequency of 35 Hz. Each model has a specific application focus. Click to view video.
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Depending on the desired final fineness, the grinding can be performed dry, in suspension or in inert gas. In addition to comminution, you can also use Planetary Mills for mixing and homogenising emulsions and pastes or for mechanical activation and alloying in materials research. The comminution takes place primarily through the high-energy impact of grinding balls and partially through friction between grinding balls and the grinding bowl wall.
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