Increasing demands and universal possibilities of use in every day mixing operations require innovative ideas and experts which turn demands into reality.
This is how we have developred the RUBERG Barrel Batch Mixer FCM line, based on many ideas, both big and small.
The sizes of the RUBERG Barrel Batch Mixer of the FCM series are based on the standard sizes of the barrels that are usual in trade.
Different barrel diameters can be docked by simply replacing the corresponding adapters. Matching adapters can be supplied for special barrels and systems owned by customers. The batch size can vary from 10 % up to 100 % of the mixing chamber capacity at continuous mixing quality. By using cutting rotor agglomerates can be cat up and different liquids can be added. Thank to its design in high quality stainless or special steels, the RUBERG Barrel Batch Mixer can be used in all production fields.
The cleaning of the mixing chamber can be effected by swiveling it into the horizontal position and then sweepping or washing it our alternatively, a barrel with a cleaning medium can be docked to the mixing chamber and the cleaning prozess can happen by startng a normal mixing cycle.
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Barrel size 20 litres to 500 litres
The products are commissioned in barrels that are usual in trade and have a capacity from 5 to 500 litres (GMP-conforming). The barrels are integrated into the mixing process by docking to the fixed mixing chamber. A freely programmable control starts the mixing cycle when the start order has been given.
The complete mixing unit swivels into the working position and emties the barrel contents into the mixing chamber. The absolutely closed system prevents product emissions or entrainments. Expensive filters and aspiration systems are not needed. The slow running mixing thread ensures completely homogeneous mixing within a very short time and in a product-friendly way.
After that the unit returns to its initial position. The turning mixing tool supports the complete emptying of the product which is re-fed into the barrel. The barrel is then uncoupled and released for further use.