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High Shear Mixing Experts

High Shear Mixing Experts
October 17
09:22 2017

For processors that work with proteins, starches, gums, vitamins, and flavourings, the Rotosolver high shear mixer is a must-have. This workhorse makes light work of all types of ingredients and with thousands of installations around the world in food, beverage, dairy, condiments, and meat and poultry manufacturing facilities, Admix continues to set the global standard in mixing applications for every industry.

Improving Your Process

For 100% wetting out of powders and an easy-to-clean design that meets strict sanitary requirements, the Rotosolver high shear mixer is an industry leader. The Rotosolver’s design offers high intensity, high-speed batch mixing, improved dispersion, and reduced energy consumption for volumes up to 10,000 litres. For benchtop testing, the BenchMix lab mixer helps processors test, scale up and go to market faster with a process assurance warranty.

“The Rotosolver outperforms our competitors in many key performance areas,” according to Bjarne Buchert, General Manager of Admix Europe ApS. “It delivers up to 50% less energy consumption, up to 600% higher flow rates, 20% higher tip speeds, and around six times more throughput than conventional high shear mixers. Our customers couldn’t be happier with the process results they’re getting.”

The Rotosolver.

Innovative, Energy-Saving Design Receives US Patent

Recently, Admix received a United States patent for the Rotosolver design. As part of a commitment to its customers, continuous improvement, and providing the most advanced technology in fluid mixing, milling and powder induction equipment, the Admix Innovation Team made design enhancements to the Rotosolver as a top-entry high flow, high shear mixer and in June it was granted a US patent with others pending globally. The updated Rotosolver produces equal process results, but offers significant energy cost reductions, saving customers money and BTU input.

Mixing Xanthan Gum: A Case Study in Speed & Efficiency

As an industry leader for decades, the Rotosolver has received countless testimonials for its speed and ability to completely mix the most challenging ingredients. The accolades keep rolling in thanks to its newly patented technology, which offers even lower power consumption and improved, faster powder dispersion.

One case study came from a North American co-packer that was struggling with a difficult formula involving the dispersion of xanthan gum. After experimenting with other solutions, the customer finally installed a Rotosolver and subsequently talked about his satisfaction:

“The Rotosolver performance was excellent, and the xanthan gum was thoroughly mixed to a perfect consistency with no fisheyes in about 7-8 minutes, compared to HOURS for a 325-gallon batch. This result came even after incorporating another granular preservative with the xanthan gum.”

The plant’s quality manager was also impressed with the Rotosolver, adding he had never seen such a thorough, speedy dissolution of xanthan gum. Along with this case study, Rotosolver has also been used in hundreds of other applications involving thickeners and cellulose gums, like CMC.

See Rotosolver in Action!

Are you looking for faster mixing results? View a short lab video at www.rotosolver.com to see the Rotosolver in action on xanthan gum, or get a Rotosolver quote today for your specific process and speed your way to better results and improved ROI at www.admix.com/quote. Alternatively, you can get free lab testing at its pilot plant in Denmark by visiting www.admix.com/lab.

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