Continuous Mixer

Structure and Mixing Principle of Continuous Mixer
• Shape that makes the most advantage out of batch-type non-gravity mixer.
• Form with attached non-gravity mixer.
• Mixing and conveying of raw materials are performed simultaneously by rotation of paddles.
• Inputs and discharges of raw materials are simultaneously processed, enhancing production per unit time.
  • Paddle Mechanism
  • Paddle Layout
Characteristics of Continuous Mixer
• It is easy to mix raw materials even with large difference in particle size andproportion.
• It is possible to mix fragile raw materials.
• Takes up less space than other continuous mixers.
• Easy to continuously produce single type of product.
• Facility is simplified, no need for complex facilities.
• Advantageous not only for mass production but also for small production sites.
  • Continuous zero gravity mixer 1 (pilot)
  • Continuous zero gravity mixer 2 (pilot)
  • Continuous zero gravity mixer 3 (pilot)
  • Continuous zero gravity mixer
Application field
Field Contents
Food industry Coffee, frozen vegetables, seasoning, ramen seasoning, cereal, sugar, salt, etc.
Chemical industry Carbon products, detergents, fragrance, PC, etc.
Ceramic Refractory, flame retardant, clay / sand
Dry Mortar Cement, building materials, fly ash
Pharmaceutical Industry Animal medicine, pesticide
Other fields Liquid coating field