Vee-Cone Blenders

Munson

Mix dry and granular bulk materials, including liquid additions, in 5 to 15 minutes. Gentler and easier to sanitize than agitated machines.

A MUNSON® Vee-Cone Blender is comprised of two inclined cylinders that rotate, causing bulk material to fall and converge during half of the rotation, and divide during the other half. This mixing action requires significantly less horsepower/kilowatts than ribbon blenders and other agitated machines.

Smooth internal surfaces, with no internal baffles, shafts or bearings, allow unobstructed material flow, as well as complete discharge through a gate valve. The absence of residual material, together with easy access to internal surfaces through the discharge valve and doors at the ends of the inclined cylinders, allows thorough sanitizing in minutes, preventing cross-contamination between changeovers.

Uniform blends are typically achieved in 5 to 15 minutes with equal efficiency at fill volumes from 100% to 25% of rated capacity, depending on material.

Suitable for dry and granular materials, MUNSON Vee-Cone Blenders provide a tumbling action that is gentler than agitated machines in which blades, paddles or plows are forced through stationary material.

Models are available with useable capacities from 1 cup (0.24 liters) to more than 200 cu ft (5663 liters), to USDA, pharmaceutical, and other sanitary or industrial standards.


Features

• Capacities from 0.25 to 15 cu ft (7 to 425 liters)
• Achieves uniform blends more rapidly than standard Double Cone Blenders (also available from MUNSON®)
• Uses significantly less horsepower/kilowatts than ribbon blenders and other agitated machines.
• Gentler than agitated machines, incurring less product degradation
• No internal baffles, shafts or bearings to trap material and require cleaning (depending on options)
• Complete discharge with virtually no residual, minimizing material waste and cleaning time
• Equally efficient at fill volumes from 100% to 25% of rated capacity, depending on application
• Uniform blends typically achieved in 5 to 15 minutes


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