This ROSS model has an ASME-stamped mixing vessel supplied with a matching platen-style discharge system.

Anthony Locicero, Associate editor03.08.21

ROSS Triple Shaft Mixers are easily adapted to suit a variety of challenging viscous applications requiring hygienic and sanitary handling. 

 

Powder wet-out and dispersion, temperature control, emulsification, homogenization and degassing are accomplished all in one vessel to produce creams, gels and pastes in a highly repeatable and clean mixing process.

 

Featuring electropolished and passivated product contact surfaces, the VersaMix pictured below is designed for full vacuum operation as well as internal pressure up to 5 psig to accommodate nitrogen blanketing. 

 

This ROSS model has an ASME-stamped mixing vessel supplied with a matching platen-style discharge system. 

 

CE-marked motors and ATEX-rated operator panels are suitable for use in a Zone 1 classified area. 

 

These features are available across the entire suite of VersaMix sizes ranging from 1 to 500 gallons. Larger models in a fixed-tank configuration are available as well.

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