Double Cone Blender

  • Consists of two conical sections separated by a central cylindrical section.
  • The blender is mounted at the centre of the container between two trunions that allow the blender to tumble end over end.
  • Charging of material into the double cone blender is through one of the conical ends whereas the discharge is through the opposite end.
  • The recommended fill-up volume is 50 to 60 percent of the total blender volume.
  • Blending time is generally 10 to 15 minutes.

Sample Applications Of Double Cone Blenders

  • Food industry
  • Flour
  • Animal feeds
  • Pesticides & Herbicides
  • Dry flavors
  • Ceramic powders
  • Milk powder
  • Baby foods
  • Spice blends
  • Fertilizers 
  • Plastic powders
  • Pigments
  • Coffee
  • Cosmetics
  • Polythylene


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