In-line Mixing System Mixes Powders Directly Into Liquid

Discharges an agglomerate-free, uniform mixture

Scott Turbon Cdm In Line Continuous Dispersion Mixing System

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The Scott Turbon Mixer CDM in-line continuous dispersion mixing system incorporates powders directly into a liquid stream. Dry powder ingredients are added at a controlled rate from a feeder. The dry ingredients then merge with a metered liquid stream in a powder-liquid interface device and are immediately drawn into the high shear mixer. The unique design of the powder-liquid interface eliminates plugging and minimizes air entrainment into the process. With a self-pumping rotor and stator design, the high shear mixer discharges an agglomerate-free, uniform mixture.

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