Proprietary mixing flights within the rotating drum fold, tumble, cut, and turn the material, which recombines 288 times per minute and creates a wide bed of moving material onto which liquids can be sprayed in trace amounts or large quantities for rapid incorporation. The flights also direct the material toward and through a stationary, pneumatically-actuated plug gate valve for total discharge, eliminating residual that would otherwise be wasted or require manual removal prior to cleaning.
Twin doors on opposing sides of the mixing vessel and a sliding intake chute provide unobstructed access to the interior, intake spout, and seal area for cleaning, sanitizing, and visual inspection of all material contact surfaces. An internal supply line allows in-place rinsing and cleaning. Constructed of stainless steel finished to sanitary standards, the mixer has a useable batch capacity of 35 cu ft (990 liters) and is equally effective in blending batches from 100 percent of rated capacity to as low as 15 percent without liquid additions, and to 33 percent with liquid additions
The rotating drum is supported by two oversized trunnion rings that ride on heavy-duty alloy roller assemblies, providing long life with minimal maintenance. The design eliminates the need for an internal shaft with seals contacting material. To contain dust, the machine has one seal at the inlet, which is mounted externally to allow rapid, inexpensive replacement, according to the company.
Other mixing and blending machinery offered by the company includes Ribbon/Paddle/Plow Blenders, Vee-Cone Blenders, Fluidized Bed Mixers, Variable Intensity Blenders, and Rotary Continuous Mixers. Size reduction equipment offered by the company includes SCC™ Screen Classifying Cutters, Pin Mills, Attrition Mills, De-Clumper™ Lump Breakers, Rotary Knife Cutters, Hammerhead™ Hammer Mills, and Titan™ Shredders.
Munson Machinery Company is a world-leading manufacturer of mixing, blending and size reduction equipment for bulk food, dairy, nutritional, pharmaceutical, and general chemical products. Established in 1823, Munson engineers each machine to suit individual batch or continuous processing requirements, and offers unparalleled experience in solving ...