This is a double-shaft, multilayer flow mixer with large paddles that enable high-precision mixing while being gentle on the raw material.
The container is U-shaped and inside are spiral, ribbon-shaped impellers rotating at low speed promoting convection, diffusion and shearing of the particulate matter inside to ensure a homogenous mix. The powerful shearing forces mean it can be used for particulate matter with strong cohesiveness and also for mixing liquid additives. There are optional devices available for liquid additives and air purges too.
This machine realizes high mixing efficiency at low rotation, and it opens along its entire axial width allowing rapid discharging with little leftover residue. There are also optional devices available for liquid additives and air purges.
Raw material (flakes, pellets, etc.) fed into the intake is rotated in accordance with the amount fed into the slanted drum with a polymer sheet stuck to it as it moves toward the outlet. Atomized molasses (or fat and oil) is coated onto the surface of the raw material through multiple additive nozzles attached to the center of the drum intake. As the raw material rotates and moves down the drum, it is constantly mixed and coated in molasses, resulting in a uniform coating before it is discharged.
This drum coater has a polygonal cross section, as opposed to the circular cross section of conventional drums, to improve maintainability.
This machine enables simple blending and mixing, and it is used for the purpose of homogenizing and equalizing particulate products.
This is a batch-type mixer with special ribbon-shaped impellers. The type of machine to use is chosen according to its capabilities and capacity. Mixing efficiency will deteriorate if the capacity does not match its capabilities.