Les mélangeurs intensifs PMD et PMD-VC sont des unités de mélange et dispersion stationnaires pour le traitement de grands lots.
La séparation des fonctions de mélange et dispersion rend le procédé particulièrement économe en énergie, ce qui est remarquable pour les lots dépassant 2000 l.
La conception fermée et compacte du mélangeur intensif permet l’intégration dans des installations automatiques et évite toute émission de gaz et de poussière.
- Reduced power requirement due to the functional separation of mixing, with the multi-arm anchor agitator, and dispersing, with the toothed disk
- Minimal increase in the product temperature
- Variable height adjustment of the toothed disk by means of the hydraulic lifting column
- Scraper blades on the anchor agitator guarantee complete product exchange on the tank walls as well as residue-free emptying
- Intensive product cooling due to complete product exchange on the tank walls
- Machine suitable for installation on platform or floor
- Very easy to clean
- Closed design
- Partial batch processing from approx. 25% effective volume
- Fast, efficient feeding of solids with ADS sound systeme
- Variable speed for dispersion disk
- Special steels and surface treatment of product-wetted parts
- Can be heated/cooled
- Temperature monitor
- Various Ex models
- Vacuum model
- Charging systems for solids and liquids
- Automatic Dispersion System (ADS)
- Weighing system with formula monitor Integration into higher-level process control systems
- Camera system for process visualization
- Cleaning systems up to 200 bar
The PMD and PMD-VC intensive mixers are stationary mixing and dispersing units for processing large batches.
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