Grinding

Inventory Classification
  • Infrastructure
  • Workshop
  • Grinding

CYCLONE LAB SAMPLE MILL,  BELT DRIVE , 110V.

This is our most popular model. The powerful 3/4 horse motor produces a uniform particle size in a variety of materials. Designed to be adaptable to your lab sample grinding requirements with quality interchangeable components and attachments. Sample consistency produced by the Belt Drive Model is compatible with NIR sample testing. 

University Tag Number: 
207844
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  • Paul Schwarz
Location
Harris Hall
Room Number: 
203
Inventory Classification
  • Infrastructure
  • Workshop
  • Grinding

Buehler’s EcoMet 3000 is a variable speed grinder-polisher with an 8 (203mm) low profile aluminum platen and a Buehler universal mount. Platen speed is variable from 10 to 500 rpm. Percent Load display shows the amount of load on the motor. A built-in center mount facilitates use of the AutoMet Power Head with either wheel. The instrument is designed for sample preparation applications which require two grinding-polishing stations. 

Applications

•Surface finishes can be achieved down to a mirror finish depending upon material and technique.

University Tag Number: 
171787
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  • Aaron Reinholz
Location
Research II
Room Number: 
112
Inventory Classification
  • Infrastructure
  • Workshop
  • Grinding

The MetPrep 3™ grinding and polishing machines, with the PH™ line of power heads, are powerful systems for semiautomatic operation, ideal for low to high volume sample preparation requirements. A wide variety of combinations provides ideal solutions that accommodate any lab, application or material.

University Tag Number: 
179267
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  • Rob Sailer
Location
Dolve Hall
Room Number: 
136
Inventory Classification
  • Infrastructure
  • Workshop
  • Grinding

RMS Roller Grinder system is a 2-pair (arranged one pair on top of the other), 9”x24” roller grinder (fancy roller mill). The drive units for the rollers are paired front and back and are individually controlled using Variable Frequency Drives (allows for infinite speed differential between the roller pairs.

University Tag Number: 
169175
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  • Kim Koch
Location
Northern Crops Institute
Room Number: 
FDML