Disc Mills

Vibratory Disc Mill RS 200

No grinder can beat the speed of a Vibratory Disc Mill when it comes to preparing samples for spectral analyses. The RETSCH RS 200 with its powerful stabilized plane drive achieves grind sizes between 40 and 100 microns within seconds and with excellent reproducibility. The powerful instrument runs steadily and smoothly, even with heavy grinding sets and at maximum speed. Thanks to grinding sets in various materials and sizes, this mill can be used for a wide range of sample materials.

  • Analytical fineness in seconds
  • Excellent reproducibility
  • Powerful stabilized-plane-drive
  • Easy 1-button operation with graphics display
  • Memory for 10 SOPs
  • 10 parameter combinations can be stored

Main areas of application

Cement, cement clinker, ceramics, coal, coke, concrete, corundum, glass, metal oxides, minerals, ores, silicates, slag, soils

Performance data RS 200
Application size reduction, mixing triturating
Feed material medium -hard, hard, brittle, fibrous
Feed size* < 15 mm
Final fineness* < 40 um
* depending on feed material and instrument configuration / settings

Disc Mill DM 200

The Disc Mill DM 200 allows for the fine grinding of larger batches of hard, abrasive substances. The rugged design permits use under rough conditions in laboratories and pilot plants as well as in-line for quality control of raw materials. The Disc Mill achieves an average final fineness of approximately 100 microns often in a single grinding process.

  • Short grinding times, high final fineness
  • Accurate gap setting ensures reproducible grinding
  • Grinding discs made of 4 different materials

Main areas of application

Bauxite, clinker, coal, coke, dental ceramics, dried soil, glass, gypsum, ores, quartz, sewage, sintered ceramics, sludge slag, steatite

Performance data DM 200
Application size reduction, pre - crushing
Feed material medium -hard, hard, brittle
Feed size* < 20 mm
Final fineness* < 100 um
* depending on feed material and instrument configuration / settings