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This ribbon blender meets sanitary standards

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Munson Machinery

Munson Machinery

The HD-3.5-7-S316 ribbon blender (photo) is constructed of 316 stainless steel to meet sanitary standards, and can blend up to 65 ft3 of powders, pastes or slurries. The blender’s two-to-one length-to-diameter ratio is said to distribute ingredients uniformly during loading, blending and discharge. It forces a split double-helical agitator through stationary material, producing homogeneous blends. Tight tolerances of 1.6 to 0.8 mm between ribbon blades and the vessel wall minimize residual product in the trough following discharge, reducing material waste and cleaning time. — Munson Machinery Co., Inc., Utica, N.Y.

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