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CHARLES ROSS & SON CO.: In-Line Mixer

March 9, 2010
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Charles Ross & Son Co has announced the availability of a new in-line system that dramatically improves powder induction in a liquid stream. Unlike other systems designed for fast powder induction, the new In-line SLIM does not require a pump or eductor, thereby lowering operation and maintenance costs. 

The unique rotor/stator generator in the In-line SLIM system includes “Progressive Spiral Porting,” which produces high flow, high shear, and a high level of vacuum within the rotor/stator generator. This enables the system to operate without a pump and induct powders at unprecedented rates, resulting in shorter mixing cycles, an immediate lump-free dispersion of powders, improved end-product quality, and a safer working environment through the elimination of “dusting” in the plant.

For more information, visit www.highshearmixers.com.

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