Mixing, coating and drying with vacuum mixers

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  • Three-dimensional mixing vortex without any dead spots
  • Suitable for vacuum operation
  • Maximum homogenisation in shortest possible time

Where surfaces of inorganic recipe components have to be homogeneously, completely and reproducibly coated with functional coatings in batch processes, high-performance universal mixers of the Uni tec series from MTI Mischtechnik offer significant advantages over conventional systems. They produce, for example, a three-dimensional mixing vortex without any dead spots in which the entire material to be mixed is fluidised and the particles slide past each other in a fluid bed. The result is maximum homogenisation with minimum time and energy consumption. At Powtech 2016, the company will present the Uni tec series as part of its portfolio of performance-optimised mixing and processing equipment.

Uni tec UT 250 mixer

Uni tec UT 250 in MTI’s R&D Center in Detmold/Germany (source: MTI Mischtechnik)

Suitable for vacuum operation

All Uni tec mixers are suitable for vacuum operation. This makes it possible to carry out complex processes such as vacuum drying after coating, which is necessary when using aqueous or alcoholic solutions, efficiently and inexpensively in one single machine. An optional chopper avoids formulation of lumps in the raw material. Spray systems for adding the fluids, double-jackets for tempering the vessels respectively electrically heated lids and surfaces plus a number of other options enable the adjustment to product-specific requirements. The operating parameters are permanently recorded and, if necessary, transmitted via bus systems for complete batch tracking.

In addition to the Uni tec mixers, MTI Mischtechnik’s product range includes mixer concepts for the plastics processing, chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries. This covers vertical high-speed mixers, horizontal universal and cooling mixers, various heating/cooling mixer combinations.



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