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NETZSCH-CONDUX: Compact Laboratory Plant

March 28, 2011
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This company has developed the lab compact plant for ultra-fine grinding and classification of products of any hardness. It is designed for concept tests, as well as batches of up to 5 liters in one run. Parts in contact with the product and the base frame of the compact plant are stainless steel; alternately, the unit can be wear protected with urethane or ceramic for metal-contamination-free processing.

Nearly all applications for ultra-fine grinding and classification can be solved with a basic plant module and the option to install three machine types for size reduction, including CGS fluidized bed jet mill; ConJet high-density bed jet mill; and CUM universal mill. The CFS and CFS/HD-S fine classifiers can be installed for the classification of powders. The plant is delivered completely assembled, including a fully automatic control system with a touch-screen user interface.

For more information, visit www.netzsch-grinding.com.

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