Vee Cone Blender

Laboratory-sized blender breaks up soft agglomerates and improves diffusion of materials.

Munson Laboratory Vee Cone Blender

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The new Munson Machinery Model VB-.25-SSXHDI laboratory-sized vee cone blender achieves uniform blends of dry bulk solids, evacuates fully, and cleans rapidly.

Two inclined cylinders mounted on pillow block bearings rotate end-over-end at 30 rpm, causing bulk material to fall, converge, and divide with each rotation, typically achieving consistent blends in 15 to 30 min. 

Smooth interior surfaces allow unobstructed material flow, as well as complete discharge for thorough cleaning between changeovers.

The specialized model can blend materials having bulk densities up to 100 lb/cu ft (1.6 g/cm3) in capacities up to 8 qt (7.65 L), and is equipped with an independently powered intensifier bar that breaks up soft agglomerates and improves diffusion of materials. Also available is a dispersion bar that sprays liquid additions onto the moving materials, minimizing cycle times required to achieve batch uniformity.

Housed in a safety-interlocked polycarbonate enclosure with lifting handles, the unit is constructed of carbon steel with stainless-steel material contact surfaces finished to industrial standards. Also offered are all-stainless-steel, sanitary units finished to USDA, 3-A, and pharmaceutical standards.

Larger vee cone blenders and double cone blenders are available in capacities from 1 to 200 cu ft (28 to 5,663 L).

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