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Sample division. The first step of your analysis begins here.

Sample dividers are essential instruments. Correct sample division is the basis for all analytical methods and the key to obtaining a representative sample quantity. NEXOPART offers you two models that meet your requirements for exact and fast sample division. Choose the model you need here. 

By the way: NEXOPART products will be available in the new design from the end of 2024.

For large samples – The NEXOPART sample divider.

Does your laboratory work always involve dealing with large samples? Do you always require a sample division in a ratio of 1:2 for stones and gravel, ceramics, granulates, fertilizers or seeds? If so, we recommend the NEXOPART sample divider. This divider is available in two sizes and offers you the option of working with six differently sized apertures, depending on the material to be sieved. With proven quality at an affordable price.

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For small samples or high-precision dividing – The NEXOPART rotary sample splitter

Do you need small, representative sample quantities of solids or must to divide poorly flowing materials with utmost precision? Then the NEXOPART rotary sample splitter is exactly the one you need for your laboratory facilities. These splitters achieve samples in ratios of 1:8, 1:10, or 1:30. You get the best possible and most accurate sample division with ease.

Accessories for the NEXOPART sample splitter

Receiver for sample splitter RT 2,5L

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Sample tube, 250 ml for rotating sample splitter

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Funnel, Ø 15mm for rotating sample splitter

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Rack for RT 6,3 | RT 12,5

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Preparation is everything – a practical tip for you:

Your analyses are conclusive only if the samples are properly prepared. What you always need first is a representative sample quantity. If you receive your materials in bags, boxes, and other large containers, the quantity is usually much too large to analyze using sieving or dynamic image analysis. For this reason, you should take a cross-section from the entire quantity of material as a basic sample and then start dividing the sample. Samples are also frequently taken directly from the material flow while running production. When extracting materials, you should bear in mind that the various particle sizes of your material will never be evenly distributed in the natural flow. This is why only cross-section of a flow will ensure that you get a representative distribution of the actual particle sizes.

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