Designed for the reliable and gentle mixing of friable solids, abrasive materials, and shear-sensitive products, the ROSS Vertical Blender consists of a low-speed auger that orbits the periphery of a conical vessel while gently lifting material upward.
Contaminated printed circuit board assemblies can lead to poor performance. Oils and flux residue can prevent proper adhesion of conformal coatings, while marking inks, adhesives, and other materials can cause PCB delamination, blistering, shorting, dendrite growth, and electrochemical migration. It is therefore critical to remove all leftover manufacturing contaminants and to do it in an environmentally sustainable way.
ROSS recently announced that the long-lasting quality and efficiency of one of its reconditioned mixers is comparable, if not equal, to new equipment when properly restored to as-new working condition by the company’s team of engineers and mechanics.
If you’re a process engineer, manufacturer, or health and safety officer, you know that oxygen detection plays a key role in process safety and product quality. This is especially true when deployed in the production processes for adhesives and sealants manufacturing. Having too much oxygen in solvent storage tanks poses a significant risk of fire and explosion. In addition, too much oxygen within mixing vessels creates a risk of fire and explosion while also posing a risk to product quality.
Ross reports that its batch high-shear mixers equipped with solids/liquid injection manifold (SLIM) technology deliver powders in an efficient manner for quick wet-out and complete dispersion into low-viscosity liquids.
The combination of centrifugal forces acting in different planes enables an efficient mixing process for Orion Engineered Carbons.
March 21, 2022
Orion Engineered Carbons is a global supplier of carbon blacks. The long-established Luxembourg-based company, with sites and facilities in the U.S., Germany, and China, produces a wide range of carbon blacks (e.g., high-performance specialty gas blacks, acetylene blacks, furnace blacks, lamp blacks, thermal blacks, and others). These materials are used to tint, color, and enhance the performance of polymers, plastics, paints and coatings, inks and toners, textile fibers, adhesives and sealants, tires, and other mechanical rubber goods.