Sample Division at the rate of 1:2

HAVER RT for bisection of samples

HAVER RT 6,3 & RT 12,5
HAVER RT 6,3 & RT 12,5

Representative test samples can be easily and reliably produced with HAVER Sample Splitters. These sample reducers form two representative partial quantities by means of alternately arranged dividers. They are available in two different sizes and with different sized dividers depending on the product.

Your advantages at a glance

  • Representative test samples.
  • The smooth surface of plastic laminated receivers prevents cross contamination.
  • Easily and low costly sample division.

 

 

Technical data

 RT 75     RT 50    RT 37.5   RT 25  RT 12.5  RT 6.3  
 Openings [mm]   75    50   37.5   25    12.5   6.3
 Divisions    6   8   12  16   18  12
 Max. Material feed size (mm)*approx. 50approx. 33approx. 25approx. 16approx. 8approx. 4
 Receiver volume
[Litre]
    8    8    8    8              1.7 / 2
 Divider material        galvanized sheet steel    stainless steel
 Dimensions [mm]           620 x 260 x 420    300 x 250 x 270

Application examples for HAVER Sample Splitters

HAVER RT 25, RT 37,5, RT 50, RT 75
HAVER RT 25, RT 37,5, RT 50, RT 75
  • Industrial rocks and minerals
  • Ceramic
  • Granulates
  • Fertilizer and seed

Mode of operation

The divider consists of a number of alternatively arranged partitions with openings at the top and at the bottom. The material is collected in alternate receivers.

The main advantage of the apparatus is that the sample is divided over the whole "corss-section". The material has to be distributed regularly over the whole length of the sample splitter. In general, the grater the number and the smaller the divisions, the better will be the splitting. However the number of divisions depends on the grain size of the sample material.

One of the split samples is rejected. The other may be split again and again by the same operation until the required quantity for test sieving is achieved.

E-Shop Particle Analysis

With this E-Shop button the sample splitters can be reached directly.

Learn more...

Top