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Continuous blending using rotation and fluidization

By Chemical Engineering |

Vibra Screw Blender

Vibra Screw

The Vibra Blender (photo) utilizes a combination of a rotating paddle and material fluidization to continuously blend dry solids. Gentle controlled vibration of the mixing trough fluidizes ingredients on entry where a cut-and-fold mixing rotor provides agitation. Materials flow through the Vibra Blender by gravity, making it completely self-regulating to changes of feedrate. The blender’s rugged design offers dust-tight operation, easy cleanout and low-maintenance operation. Vibra Blenders are available in capacities up to 1,500 ft 3 /h. — Vibra Screw, Totowa, N.J.

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