Mills - Mixer

The mixer mills we are featuring are from Retsch are suitable for size reduction, mixing, homogenization and cell distruption, feed sizes of 6 and 8mm, final fineness of 5 to 10um, for processing hard, medium-hard, soft, brittle, elastic and fibrous feed materials. Use our comparison table to identify the best product for your application. The most important questions to ask are the application it will be used for the feed material and size and the final fineness required.

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Retsch MM400 Yes Yes Yes Yes 8 5 Hard, medium-hard, soft, brittle, elastic, fibrous £6,380.22
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Retsch MM200 Yes Yes Yes Yes 6 10 Hard, medium-hard, soft, brittle, elastic, fibrous £4,881.53
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Retsch MM400 Yes Yes Yes Yes 8 5 Hard, medium-hard, soft, brittle, elastic, fibrous £6,019.08


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    Special Offer - Mills - Mixer

    Special offers

    Discounts of over 10% - https://www.wolflabs.co.uk/laboratory-products/mills-mixer

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Mills - Mixer Retsch David Child 18-Sep-2017
  • Special Offer - Mills - Mixer

    Special Offer - Mills - Mixer

    Special offers

    Discounts of over 10%  - http://www.wolflabs.co.uk/laboratory-products/mills-mixer

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Mills - Mixer Retsch David Child 24-Oct-2016
  • Retsch mixer mills from Wolflabs

    Retsch mixer mills from Wolflabs

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    Introduction
    Retsch MM200 and MM400 mixer mills from Wolflabs. The Retsch Mixer Mill MM 400 is a true laboratory “all-rounder”. It has been developed specially for dry, wet and cryogenic grinding of small sample amounts. This high-performance ball mill usually grinds and homogenizes powders and suspensions in only a few seconds and achieves grind sizes down to the nano range. It is also perfectly suitable for the disruption of biological cells as well as for DNA/RNA recovery. Due to its great versatility, the MM 400 is used in many different industries ranging from pharmaceutics and biology to mineralogy, environment or plastics. The Mixer Mill MM 200 is also used for efficient size reduction and homogenization of 2 samples simultaneously. It works with the same functional principle as the MM 400. This mill is highly suitable for grinding dry samples in small quantities and offers a favourably priced alternative to the MM 400 for routine applications. The grinding jars for the MM 200 have a push-fit lid.

    Features and benefits
    - Rapid and efficient pulverization and homogenization
    - Reproducible results due to digital parameter setting
    - Grinding jars in various sizes and materials
    - 9 parameter combinations can be stored
    - Simultaneous preparation of up to 20 samples

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Mills - Mixer Retsch David Suddaby 28-Aug-2016
  • Special Offer - Mills - Mixer

    Special Offer - Mills - Mixer

    Special offers

    Discounts of over 10% - http://www.wolflabs.co.uk/laboratory-products/mills-mixer

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Mills - Mixer Retsch David Child 24-Nov-2015

  • Wolflabs Spex :: Laboratory Mixer Mills

    Product update

    Pricing, specifications and discounted quotations on a comprehensive range of laboratory mixer mills

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Mills - Mixer Spex David Suddaby 11-Jun-2012

  • Wolflabs Retsch :: Mixer Mills

    Product update

    Pricing, specifications and discounted quotations on a comprehensive range of laboratory mixer mills

    Product category Manufacturer Wolf Staff Date
    Mills - Mixer Spex David Suddaby 11-Jun-2012

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FAQs - Mills - Mixer

How should I fill my MM 500 mixer for the best results?
For dry grinding applications; 30% of the grinding jar should be filled with ball/s and 30% of the volume filled with the sample. The ball/s should be 3 x the size of the largest particle you are wanting to grind. For wet grinding applications 60% of the volume should be ball/s and 30% volume should be the sample. For cryogenic applications use the same volume percentages as for dry grinding but make sure the jars and balls are made of steel.

How do I reduce wear on my unit?
Use grinding balls and jars of the same material to reduce wear.

Should I mix the ball sizes in my mill?
No, if using more than one grinding ball make sure they are all the same size.

Which material of screw lock jar is best for my application?
Stainless steel jars are suited to most general purpose applications. Zirconium oxide jars are best suited for ultra-fine applications with no abrasion of the metal. Tungsten carbide jars are best suited for hard samples and are ideal for mechanical alloying with no abrasion of iron.