Benefits of Laboratory Size V Blenders

V BlendersLaboratory size V blenders are used most often by pharmaceutical, chemical, and food industries. These portable blenders are used for blending granules and powders in small batches. The design of V blenders includes two inlets and one outlet for the finished product. For laboratory small batch mixing purposes, the optimal capacity equals to 60 percent of the total volume of the blender same as in a large unit.

These blenders are made of 304 or 316 stainless steel and have a polished mirror finish on both the inside and outside. The two V chambers and the one outlet facilitate the discharge. The container rotates 360 degrees, which produces perfectly blended materials. Because these blenders do not have a blind angle, you never have to worry about the accumulation of materials.

You can choose to have the blender fitted with a programmable control panel to control both the mixing time and the speed of rotation. You can also opt to have an intensifier bar added inside of the chamber, which is efficient and ideal for short mixing times.

Laboratory size V blenders are available in different sizes starting from 5 liters to 1 cubic feet. Because of the stainless-steel construction, V blenders are extremely durable.

Often, the volume of dry materials that the pharmaceutical, food, and chemical industries need to mix a small batch of product for some specific manufacturing process and for that, sometime a lab size V blender is preffered over a standard large scale production size unit. Due to the gentle, yet efficient, mixing action, these blenders achieve incredible precision and uniformity without the risk of accumulated material. These blenders are also easy to maintain and clean.

Ability Fabricators have been in the business of manufacturing high quality stainless steel process equipment, including blenders, IBCs, tanks  and lifts, for over 17 years. To learn more about our business and the products we provide, please visit our website or give us a call.

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