Sanitary Rotary Batch Mixers offer numerous features that prevent material contamination and allow rapid, thorough wash down required for pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and food applications:
MUNSON® offers Rotary Batch Mixers for demanding industrial applications such as concrete premix, ceramics, powdered metal, fertilizers, plastics and catalysts. Also offered are "GB" models for glass batching, refractories and other poor-flowing, highly abrasive materials. These extreme-duty machines produce uniform blends containing numerous ingredients in 1 to 3 minutes, discharge completely in minimum time with no residual, and operate quietly and vibration-free.
Like all MUNSON Rotary Batch Mixers, these machines allow rapid cleaning while minimizing
power requirements, even when mixing exceptionally heavy materials with bulk densities exceeding 200 lbs/cu ft (3.2 gm/cc).
Ideal for basic batch mixing systems as well as integrated, automated operation, these units can be equipped with flexible connections and radial seals to assure dust-tight operation, and hardened, easy-to-replace wear plates to protect areas prone to abrasion.
The optional Intensifier promotes uniform dispersion of non-free-flowing and other difficult-to-blend materials, imparting shear into the batch to break apart agglomerates and separate non-free-flowing materials into discreet particles. It is also fully accessible and removable for cleaning and sanitizing.
Sliding Intake Chute
Heating or Cooling Applications
MUNSON offers Rotary Batch Mixers with jackets for connection to liquid heaters or chillers, or with ports for introducing heated, cooled or moisturized air directly into the batch, allowing the temperature and moisture levels of materials to be altered or maintained during loading, mixing and discharging cycles.
This Clean-In-Place spray line with multi-directional nozzle assists with rapid, thorough sanitizing between batches or production runs.
Internal Spray Lines
All MUNSON Rotary Batch Mixers are available with optional spray lines in single or multiple (shown) configurations.