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This mixer is designed for hot melts and viscous dispersions

By Chemical Engineering |

Charles Ross & Son

The Model CDA-800 multi-shaft mixer (photo) has a special triple-shaft design specifically suited for hot melts and viscous dispersions. The CDA-800 has a mixing capacity of 500–800 gal and is designed for full-vacuum operation (29.5 in. Hg). The mixer is suitable for high-temperature operation up to 600˚F and includes an insulated 50-psig stainless-steel dimpled jacket covering the side and bottom of the dished-bottom mixing can. The removable mix vessel sits 24 in. above the floor for convenient discharge. Speed, time, temperature and vacuum level are displayed on a 10-in. touchscreen and controlled via a programmable logic controller (PLC). — Charles Ross & Son Co., Hauppauge, N.Y.

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