Jogindra Heating Cooling Mixers have the proven record of being the best in performance and are highly acclaimed in the Plastic Industry. The mixers are used in the processing of dry blend in the area of Rigid and Plasticized PVC, Thermoplastics ABS. PE. PP. for drying, Blending and Wet Coating, Ceramics, Dyes and Colours, Pharmaceuticals and other allied industries. It is a combination of High Speed Mixer and Cooling Mixer. The materials in high speed mixer during mixing operation gets heated by utilization of frictional heat and then transferred to the cooling mixer in order to always keep in free flowing conditions, suitable for storage, transport and subsequent process.
Jogindra Container Mixer is specially designed for cold mixing process for all polymer powders or granules with colorants and or additives for concentrated master batches. The mixer is in two parts i.e. Mixer and Storage Hopper. Initially the mixing head is facing to ground and is in a position for lifting and clamping to Container and finally rotate to 180° for mixing. The cleaning time is reduced to a minimum. The mixing bowl is made of stainless steel with lockable system and gasket to prevent leakage during operation. The Mixer ensures gentle product treatment and has shorter mixing times. PLC can be supplied on request.
Field of Application
Ideal for mixing of powdery/grained materials for dispersing, moistening, coating and hot mixing.
PVC, PE, and PP compounds etc.
Water Cooled Mixing/Dispersion Tool
Frequency Invertor for continuous rotational speed
PLC Program Control
Automatic Feeding Station
Jogindra Lab Mixer has the unique distinction of being the best in the performance. Their field ofapplications are extensive and include the following industries: Plastic (Rigid, Plasticized PVC DryBlends), Ceramics, Chemicals, Dyes and Colours, Food Stuff, Pharmaceuticals etc. The mixing containeris made of stainless steel. Its interior has industrial mirror finish. It is jacketed for additional heating orcooling by means of heat transfer oil, steam or water as required. By utilization of frictional heat thematerial may be sintered, agglomerated, dried vented, slightly gelled or hot coloured.
Batch Capacity (kgs.)
The above capacities are based on 0.5 kg/l bulk density.