ribbon mixer

ribbon mixer

[′rib·ən ′mik·sər]
(mechanical engineering)
Device for the mixing of particles, slurries, or pastes of solids by the revolution of an elongated helicoid (spiral) ribbon of metal.
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com)-- Turn a horizontal ribbon blender on its end and you'll have a rough idea of what the vertical ribbon mixer looks like.
TR Counterpoise ribbon mixer has two independently driven, nonintermeshing ribbon assemblies that are said to provide faster but still gentle mixing.
Spices and flavorings are added to the ground meat and mixed in a stainless steel double action ribbon mixer.
6 ton, heavy-duty industrial ribbon mixer with integrated digital scale.
horizontal shaft, spiral blade ribbon mixer and conventional tilt drum central mix plant to reach up to 180 yd.
For instance, the maize is remoistened in a Winkworth ribbon mixer before it is transferred, by a spiral conveyor from Planet Flowline, to an Adams extruder from which product is blown over by another unit from Planet, who also supplied the drying oven.
Horizontal ribbon mixer ensures uniform blending and mixing of dry products and slurries, as wells as coating, heating and finishing.
Horizontal ribbon mixer has relatively gentle mixing action and uses folding action of outer and inner ribbons mounted on a common shaft.
TR Counterpoise mixers are a new type of ribbon mixer with two independently driven, nonintermeshing ribbon assemblies that are said to provide faster but still gentle mixing.
Ribbon mixer for heavy-duty mixing has counterflow action for thorough mixing in a short time.
The ribbon mixer for heavy-duty mixing has a counterflow action for thorough mixing in a short time.
Others use the ribbon mixer to uniformly disperse small amounts of colorants throughout, for example, a large batch of cellulose acetate.