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13-08-2019  |  199x
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Control unit for Vibratory Feeder Laborette 24

Reliable Automatic Sample Feeding

The Vibratory Feeder Laborette 24 is ideal for automatic, uniform feeding of free-flowing materials into sample dividers, mills or mixers in your laboratory. The vibration, which is controlled by a micropro-cessor, conveys the sample material out of the funnel over the V or U-shaped stainless steel channel into the respective equipment.
The flow rate can be individually adjusted; the vibration amplitude is precisely controlled for absolute uniform feed of even smallest quantities. Safe and reliable.

Suitable for both: coarse and fine materials which can be conveyed reproducibly with a material feed between 1 g/min up to 2.500 g/min.

Your advantages with the NEW control unit:
- Setting of the maximum feed quantity in the setup mode by the user
- Adjustment of the feed intensity and time via display
- Fine adjustment of the material flow even of smallest quantities
- Reproducible setting of the feed rate, when changing the material
- Digital display of the set feed rate in percent
- Digital and RS232 interface

The NEW control unit is compatible with your old Vibratory Feeder Laborette 24. Take advantage of the NEW control unit.

Perfect sample feeding
- For uniform feeding of free-flowing materials of laboratory in-struments
- Suitable for both coarse and fi ne materials
- Flexible application with and without stand
- Extensive choice of flow rates for smallest and largest quantities
- Precisely controlled by microprocessor control with interface
- V-shaped and U-shaped channels easy to interchange
- Simple to clean due to easily removable components

Up-dated information on the Fritsch vibratory Feeders Laborette 24 at

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