Double planetary mixer for pilot-scale production

Unit serves multiple functions

Ross Double Planetary Mixer
Ross Double Planetary Mixer

Engineered for the pilot-scale production of highly-filled pastes, dough-like materials, shear-sensitive gels, granulations and powder blends, the Ross Model DPM-4 double planetary mixer has high-viscosity blades for mixing viscous materials up to 6 million centipoise; the helical curve and graduated down-thrust cross-section of the blades prevent product from climbing up into the cover. The stirrers pass through every point in the vessel, constantly exchanging materials near the vessel’s jacketed sidewalls. The unit’s vacuum capability allows the removal of air from a batch before starting the agitators or during the mixing cycle.

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