Discharge Valves

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WHAT GOES IN MUST COME OUT

When determining which solution is best you must consider variables such as product flow characteristics, desired discharge rates and cleanout requirements for the mixer.  Valve options include:


Flush Hinged Contour Valve

  • No product pocket above valve
  • Designed and fabricated to match diameter of trough
  • Pneumatically actuated
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Sanitary Contour Slide Valve

  • Clean out of place
  • Ideal for paste food applications
  • Pneumatically actuated
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Knife Gate Valve

  • Closes against product flow
  • Reduced product pocket above valve
  • Appropriate for liquid, dust or vacuum
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Butterfly Valve

  • Valve disc seals against resilient seat
  • Split body design for fast cleaning
  • Lever or pneumatic actuated
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Ball Valve/Spherical Disc Valve

  • Sanitary, stainless steel design
  • Reduced product pocket above valve
  • Suitable for liquid, dust or vacuum
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Orifice Slide Gate

  • Ease of use, quick disassembly
  • 304 stainless steel body and material contact
  • Positive material seal
  • Self-cleaning action on opening stroke
  • Available in 2” thru 8” diameter sizes
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Flush Plug Valve

  • Curved valve plate fits flush to trough
  • Pneumatically actuated
  • Full evacuation of product recommended
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Iris Valve

  • Unrestricted flow of material
  • Ideal for friable ingredients
  • Food grade- quick removal for COP
  • Handles nonabrasive powders, granular or pellets
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3-A Sanitary Paddle Valve

  • 3-A Certified
  • Sanitary and hygienic applications
  • Removable for cleaning
  • T304 stainless polished to #150 grit finish
  • Hinged housing for ease of cleaning
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Roller Slide Gate

  • Large opening for fast discharge rate
  • Flange mounted to bottom of mixer
  • Abrasion resistant design

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