The mixing system is defined as follows: after materials with different performance batches are loaded into the stock bin in the form of transportation, multiple layers of materials with different batches are formed in the stock bin and homogenized through gravity flow or air flow. Therefore, the mixing system is divided into gravity flow mixing system and air flow mixing system.
Gravity mixing system: after the products form different material layers in the stock bin, they enter the mixing cone through different parts of the material. The bottom of the material outlet is the mixed products of different batches, resulting in the homogeneity of the products. Multiple batches can be combined into one batch, solving the problem of product fluctuation difference.
Gravity mixing system is commonly used: multi-tube mixing system, wall - mounted mixing system
Airflow mixing system
The air mixer is used to feed compressed air into the mixing chamber through the nozzle on the mixing head. The material spirally rises along the cylinder wall with the compressed air in an instant, forming a fluidized mixing state. After several pulse blowing and pause intervals, the fast and uniform mixing of materials in the full volume can be achieved.
(1) fast homogenization speed: only 3-12min for one batch
(2) loading coefficient: 60%
(3) no mechanical transmission: no friction heating, no lubricant pollution products
(4) large mixing yield: 1-80m3 can be mixed at one time, and ultra-large amount of homogenizing mixing can be achieved
(5) easy to use: high degree of automation, PLC and remote industrial computer control
(6) strong adaptability: it can be homogenized and mixed, and can also be used as storage bin, saving space and facilitating combination with production line.The material has no dead corner residue and meets GMP requirements.
(7) high efficiency and energy saving: the unit energy consumption is 30% of the mechanical homogenization mixture