High Speed Powder Induction-Inline

How the High Speed Powder Induction-Inline Works

The rotor/stator generates an intense vacuum and sucks in powders and liquids into the rotor-stator area. A feed tube adjacent to the back of the rotor provides a path to inject solids directly into the stream. The solids are combined and mixed into the flowing stream at the same point, the mixer is capable of handling extraordinarily large volumes of solids without clogging.

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A rotor/stator generates an intense vacuum in the high shear zone and sucks in powders and liquids into the rotor-stator area. A feed tube adjacent to the back of the rotor provides a path to inject solids directly into the stream. Since the solids are combined and mixed into the flowing stream at the same point, the mixer is capable of handling extraordinarily large volumes of solids without clogging.A rotor/stator generates an intense vacuum in the high shear zone and sucks in powders and liquids into the rotor-stator area. A feed tube adjacent to the back of the rotor provides a path to inject solids directly into the stream. Since the solids are combined and mixed into the flowing stream at the same point, the mixer is capable of handling extraordinarily large volumes of solids without clogging.

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  • (A) Cycle timer
  • (B) Chart recorder
  • (C) PLC Control
  • (D) Speed Indicator
  • (E) Load/Power Indicator
  • (F) Relative Viscosity indicator
  • (G) Temperature Indicator
  • (H) Temperature Controller
  • (I) Vacuum/Pressure Indicator
  • (J) Hydraulic Lift Controls
  • (K) VFD Keyboard Door Mounted
  • (L) 4-20mA Signal Repeaters
  • (M) cUL / UL508 Listing
  • (N) Vessel Light Controls
  • (O) Phase / Low Power Monitor
  • (P) Power Conditioning
  • (Q)Variable or Single Speed
  • (R)Voltage, Cycle, Hz.
  • (S)NEMA 4, 7, 12, Other