How the Double Cone Blender Works
ROSS Double Cone Blenders are ideal for highly accurate and repeatable mixing of powders, granules, and other free-flowing solids. These can be designed to handle extremely high bulk densities and intimately blend very minor ingredients. Materials are constantly being intermixed as the Double Cone rotates. One main advantage to tumble blending is that it is very low-impact and able to mix friable materials without compromising integrity. Another advantage is the vessel geometry which allows for complete discharge while also being easy to access and clean.
Double Cone Blenders can be supplied with intensifier bars to assist with deagglomeration as needed. Discharge is accomplished through a butterfly valve 24” from the floor. All units are provided with appropriate safety railings and limit switch interlocks.
- Atmospheric construction.
- Stainless steel type 304 product contact parts.
- 80-grit finish on stainless steel surfaces.
- Manually operated dust-tight butterfly valve.
- Safety railings with limit switch/safety switch interlock.
- Painted vessel support designed with wide base for distribution of the turning mass load and moment.
- Guardrails positioned at the front and rear of the support structure.
- TEFC brake motor.
- NEMA 12 touch screen controls.
- Designed for 150 lbs./cu.ft.
- Vacuum design.
- Stainless steel type 316 product contact parts.
- 150-grit or mirror finish on stainless steel surfaces.
- Vessel jacket for heating and cooling.
- Intensifier bar.
- Spray nozzles incorporated into intensifier bar.
- All stainless steel support structure.
- Explosion-proof motor, limit switches and controls.
- Higher horsepower and heavy-duty design for handling higher bulk densities.
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