ROTARY CONTINUOUS MIXERS

Options

  • Internal spray line(s) plumbed through the discharge end for liquid additions, coating, de-dusting or perfuming
  • Reversing "discharge weir" option allows reversing of drum rotation for removal of residual material for changeovers, cleaning or maintenance
  • Finishes meeting USDA, FDA and pharmaceutical requirements
  • Abrasion-resistant steel, #304 or #316 stainless steel, exotic alloys, UHMW liners and epoxy coatings for corrosive or abrasive conditions
  • Sanitary designs, construction and finishes
  • Support structure and guards available constructed of #304 and #316 stainless steel
  • Removable breach-locking disc plate for removal of entire discharge end
  • Rotary inlet spring-loaded Teflon seal for corrosive or abrasive applications
  • CIP lines
  • Extra-heavy-duty models for materials with high bulk densities
  • Low pressure or ASME-code high pressure jackets for heating or cooling with water, steam or oil
  • Custom mixing flight geometry for special applications
  • Mixing flights welded to inside of drum

Rotary Continuous Mixer shown with ASME-code high pressure jacket

Rotary Continuous Mixer shown with ASME-code high pressure jacket for heating or cooling with water, steam or oil.

Solid "weirs" at the discharge end of the mixing drum

Solid "weirs" at the discharge end of the mixing drum function as a "dam" to build a "residence volume" of material before it overflows the weir. For applications requiring complete clean-out, an optional "discharging weir" (shown) scoops remaining material from the drum when its rotation is reversed.