Ross incorporates a high-shear rotor/stator into a dual-shaft mixer for more intense shearing and homogenization requirements.

Powder Bulk Solids Staff

December 9, 2020

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Image courtesy of Charles Ross and Son Co.

Ross incorporates a high-shear rotor/stator into a dual-shaft mixer designed for more intense shearing and homogenization requirements.

Instead of a conventional high-speed disperser blade, the rotor and slotted stator mixing head--also often called a homogenizer--affords more advanced deagglomeration and emulsification capabilities. Complementing the high-shear mixer, a two-wing anchor promotes bulk flow and uniform batch temperature.

The pictured Ross Model CDA-25 features dry-running Double FlexiLip seals on both agitator shafts suitable for vacuum operation up to 29.5 in. Hg and includes a portable mixing vessel with a heating/cooling jacket.

Charles Ross & Son Co., Hauppauge, NY 800-243-ROSS www.mixers.com

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