The ribbon mixing equipment is often used for mixing viscous or cohesive powders and granules. It can also mix low-density powders and fibrous materials, such as putty powder, abrasives, pigments, starch, etc.
The main shaft inside the body of the spiral ribbon mixer is driven by the motor to rotate the ribbon. The thrust face of the spiral belt pushes the material to move in the spiral direction. Due to the mutual friction between the materials, the materials are rolled up and down, and at the same time, a part of the materials is also moved in the spiral direction, and the materials at the center of the spiral belt and the surrounding materials are replaced. Due to the inner and outer reverse spiral belts, the materials form a reciprocating motion in the mixing chamber, the materials are strongly stirred, and the agglomerated materials are broken. Under the action of shear, diffusion and agitation, the materials are evenly mixed.
The ribbon mixer is composed of a ribbon, a mixing chamber, a driving device and a frame. The mixing chamber is a semi-cylinder or cylinder with closed ends. The upper part has an openable cover, a feeding port, and the lower part has a discharge port and a discharge valve. The main shaft of the ribbon mixer is equipped with a spiral double ribbon, and the inner and outer layers of the ribbon are rotated in opposite directions. The cross-sectional area of the spiral ribbon, the clearance between the pitch and the inner wall of the container, and the number of turns of the spiral ribbon can be determined according to the material.
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