The Momentum Series V-Cone Blender combines the classic high-performance tumble mixer design with Marion innovation for a more durable blender that offers precision tooling and finish for maximum cleanability. Marion’s V-Cone blending equipment provides quick blends with consistent, gentle mixing ideal for delicate materials and abrasive solids. Its characteristic V shape promotes better drainage and discharge and is inherently clean by design, lacking any internal moving parts and eliminating product buildup.
Staying competitive in today’s world requires intelligence in and on all fronts. That’s why Marion Process Solutions has invested in an expert team of talent to create intelligent solutions through smart controls. iNCONTROL™ is much more than a control system capability. It’s a toolbox of resources and knowledge that will take your machine to the next level of performance. Your smart resource from day one. At a minimum, all control packages include:
A superior product may be achieved by installing a chopper that provides the ability to blend and disperse in one operation. Mounted through the sides of the mixer trough, the agitator continually brings material into the chopper zone while mixing. Various styles of cutting edges on the intensive 3600 rpm chopper blades rip apart and circulate lumps and agglomerates, break up liquid-rich shot balls, open matted fibrous materials, and distribute pigments. Sample chopper applications include:
Suitable for steam, hot oil or water, our ASME code rated jackets with optional external insulation provide a reliable solution for products that need to be heated or cooled during the mixing process.
When you need to add product to the mixer in a unique way, our liquid manifolds, shortening presses, liquid pumping units, and nitrogen blanket inlet ports can be the answer to your problem.
Before you place your next parts order for a mixer, blender or related type of processing equipment, there are a few things you should check to make sure you are getting the right parts – and the most value – out of your machine.
Successful material processing equipment installations don’t happen by osmosis.
When it comes to processing equipment like mixers and blenders, it’s often not a question of if, but when a crucial component will start to wear out.