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The concept is simple. The same Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC) that is used for shipping and storage is also used for blending.
• Total product containment
• No cleaning is required on the blender. The IBC is cleaned off-line
• No cross-contamination
• Fast blending
• Less ingredient segregation
• Increased process flexibility
Tumble blending is a dual-action blending principle. The first blending action is produced by a wave as the material is tumbled. This wave (or shear plane) occurs in the top ¼ of the product load. The second blending action is produced by the cradle orientation. The IBC is held in the blender at an angle to position the IBC horizontal center of gravity 20° from the Blender tumbling centerline. This geometry places the IBC shell walls at cross flow producing angles to the blend axis, acting as baffles as the product is tumbled.
Dry powder blending is simplified when you use IBC blending that reduces blend times and requires no between batch cleanups. Since products contact only the IBC, you benefit from total product containment, immediate product changeover and zero blender cleaning. You also eliminate airborne and cross-contamination, product segregation and spillage risks.
The reason behind the name “Custom” Powder.
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