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Heat and Control - Slurry On Demand Continuous Mixer

The Slurry-on-Demand Continuous Mixer eliminates the inherent flaws of standard mix and use tank systems.

The recipe-driven, tank-less, continuous mixer automatically and accurately mixes seasonings and liquids into homogeneous, lump-free slurries in the desired quantity demanded downstream, significantly reducing wasted ingredients and operator start-up and cleaning time.

A slurry is a semi-liquid mixture of insoluble material in a liquid carrier. Creating and maintaining a homogeneous (i.e., uniform) slurry is vital to proper product coating and to economical ingredient use.

A slurry's homogeneity is subject to several factors–chief among them is the application of consistent agitation.

Typically, tanks (i.e., mix and use tanks) hold slurry batches and are equipped with motorized agitators that keep the slurry in motion and the solids suspended.

Beyond requiring significant floor space, operating a tank system can be time consuming as it relies on operators manually adding ingredients to the mix tank and then blending them until thoroughly mixed.

Also, most tank designs require a half or full batch for the mixing impellers to make an effective blend.
  • More Precision

    Because an operator is not involved in measuring and dosing ingredients, the exact quantities of ingredients are accurately dosed and the ratios maintained, resulting in minimal residual slurry at the end of a production run.

  • More Production Time

    With a completely accessible IP67 and NEMA 4X design and washdown-ready stainless steel construction, operators can use their time producing, not cleaning.

  • More Profit

    Slurry-on-Demand can operate at a wide range of mixing speeds, up to 1,350 RPM, so it can accommodate a large variety of slurries. This versatility gives producers the flexibility to adjust recipes, to expand a product line, and to grow market share.
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