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Charles Ross & Son: High Shear Mixer for Wetting Powders

August 4, 2003
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Charles Ross & Son Co. has introduced a new InLine Mixer that has the capability of assisting in the wetting of difficult to wet solids or minor liquids, continuously. This new design draws liquid and solids into the inlet, exposes the mixture to mechanical and hydraulic shear at the rotor-stator interface, and then expels the product through the outlet connection. The unit takes advantage of a strong vacuum force that occurs behind the rotor-stator. Powder hoppers or flexible tubes and wands can be used to feed the materials to the high shear zone. Many models are available to permit a client to select the exact machine for his particular process needs. Shown is a Sanitary Model ME-405SB-I Model that is mounted on a portable stainless steel cart. The Mixer Emulsifier is built with sanitary fittings to permit complete and easy cleaning between batches.

For more information, call 631-234-0500, fax 631-234-0691 or e-mail sales@mixers.com .

http://www.mixers.com

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