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The tools, which are arranged in a stag­gered order in the hori­zon­tally posi­tioned cylind­rical mixing drum, rotate on the shaft.

The mixing tools are arranged in a stag­gered order and rotate on the strong hori­zontal shaft mounted in the cylind­rical mixing drum. Shape and arran­ge­ment of the mixing tools force the mixed mate­rial to fall down from the drum walls and cause intense mixing. The circum­fe­ren­tial velo­city of the mixing tools is desi­gned in such a way that the mixed mate­rial forms a vortex layer thus crea­ting an optimal turbu­lence for the mixing process.

The holding time of the mixed mate­rial can be regu­lated by means of an adjus­table gate in front of the discharge orifice. For the crus­hing of agglo­me­rates and lumps, the mixing unit can be equipped addi­tio­nally with cutter heads which are arranged late­rally on the drum wall.

PURATEK plough share mixers can be used for batch­wise mixing of:

  • dry solid material
  • granu­late material
  • paste-like mate­rial
  • powdery mate­rial
  • sludge with solids (condi­tio­ning)

Ther­e­fore, the areas of appli­ca­tion of plough share mixers are as follows:

  • disposal industry
  • sewage treat­ment plants
  • buil­ding mate­rials industry
  • chemical industry
  • envi­ron­mental engineering

Main features:

  • Highest mixing quali­ties with short mixing times
  • Simple, compact and rugged design

  • High opera­tional relia­bi­lity and long service life
  • Easy-to-clean mixing chamber and small dimen­sions of installation

Mixer inlet and outlet openings are fitted with rectan­gular flanges. The addi­tion of the condi­tio­ning agent is effected in a round inlet pipe with flange. Gases are extra­cted through an addi­tional pipe connection.