A polymer manufacturer found us to design a suitable ribbon blender which can easily take ribbon shaft out to fully clean inside part of it because they need often changeover product and clean inside part thoroughly in order to avoid cross-pollution. “Additive blends must be pure and homogeneous because we have multiple products, we have
New products, industry competition, and rising consumer expectations are creating a demand for more uniform, consistent dry mixtures. Understanding your ingredients is key to producing a uniform mixture. The ingredients’ characteristics and interaction with each other will determine both what mixer you choose and how you control the mixing process. Dry ingredient mixers can use impellers (such as a ribbon mixer, the mainstay of dry mixing), multiple-motion agitators (such as a kneading mixer), or a gentle tumbling motion (such as a tumble blender) to mix ingredients. Your ingredients determine which type is best.
Dry bulk solids mixing can be done with several kinds of mixers — batch and continuous,horizontal and vertical,and agitated and tumbling.This article concentrates on one common type —the horizontal batch mixer—and explain show to select this mixer to handle your process requirements. Much of the information also applies to other batch mixers. In batch mixing,ingredients