The MiniZETA laboratory-sized equipment line from Netzsch Inc. has been expanded to include two new non-metal versions, the MiniCer and MiniPur. The new models are designed to meet the demand for non-metal grinding. Engineered to function using the proven NETZSCH ZETA* grinding system, the MiniCer is manufactured with Zircon Oxide wetted components, the MiniPur with polyurethane wetted components. Both machines are simple to operate, compact in design and feature an adjustable position chamber for fast, easy cleaning and product changes. The MiniCer and MiniPur are both high-energy grinding systems used to reduce particles to a targeted size. They are capable of handling batch sizes down to 250 mL with a chamber volume of 150 mL. The MiniCer and MiniPur are optimized for circulation or discrete pass milling and can effectively produce nano particles using the NETZSCH patented Dynamic Cartridge System. Results achieved with the MiniZETA*, MiniCer and MiniPur can be scaled up to production-sized ZETA* Mills. The Mini Series is designed specifically for formulation development work, scientific and academic trials or small batch production. Typical applications include: Ink jet inks, pigments, ceramics, cosmetics, dyes, detergents, food, additives, biotechnology and any non-metallic materials.
A full line of heat guns and nozzles that eliminate the need for Shrink tunnels in typical low volume shrinking applications is available from Malcom Hot Air Systems. Malcom's Leister® Hand-Held Heat Guns offer temperatures of up to 1,300 degrees F, with adjustable air flows of 30 CFM and are available with a variety of nozzles for shrink wrapping all types of products. Built-in electronics provide overload protection. The guns can be used to replace augment the use of static heat tunnels. They also can be used for curing, laminating and drying.
Malcom Hot Air Systems
Stainless Steel Conveyor Systems from Bilt-Rite Co. Feature USDA/FDA approved white food grade PVC mats, variable speed drive guide rails and controls. The conveyors are available in horizontal belt, straight-running or side-flexing flat top chain designs and inclined models. They can be equipped with horizontal infeed and discharge sections. They are available in a wide range of belt widths and bed lengths, and in portable and stationary designs with adjustable heights.