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A laboratory mixer for high-containment applications

By Chemical Engineering |

Gebr. Lödige Maschinenbau

This company has built the smallest machine in its company history in order to meet the highly specialized demands of the high-containment segment. The new Ploughshare laboratory mixer type L1 (photo) supplements the L series and has a drum volume of only one liter. Thanks to its small drum and an angle drive, it is incredibly compact. Moreover, all components are easy to remove, meaning that wear parts in particular, which must be inserted into the glovebox through an airlock, are easy to replace and reinstall. The compact Ploughshare laboratory mixer is a special addition to the L Series. L Series machines are designed for development and small batch production and are available in several sizes, with drum volumes generally ranging from 5 to 50 L. — Gebr. Lödige Maschinenbau GmbH, Paderborn, Germany

www.loedige.de

 

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