Supplier's Corner

Ross Slim System Accelerates Powder Induction

November 22, 2005

Charles Ross & Son Company, Hauppauge, NY, offers a new in-line system to improve powder induction in a liquid stream. Unlike previous mixers designed for fast powder induction, the new Slim System requires no pump or eductor, which helps to simplify operations and maintenance and lower costs.
The rotor/stator generator in the Slim System includes “progressive spiral porting,” which produces high flow, high sheer and a high level of vacuum within the generator. This enables the system to operate without a pump and induct powders at unprecedented rates allowing for shorter mixing cycles, according to company executives.
More info: (800) 243-ROSS; Fax: (631) 234-0691.
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