Supplier's Corner

Lee Industries

January 10, 2006

Lee Industries
Offers Custom Blenders
l Philipsburg, PA-based Lee Industries is presenting custom blenders for specialty ingredients and delicate batches. The Process Systems and Equipment Horizontal Blender designs offer versatility for mixing specialty dry ingredients. Various options may be added, including stream/water jacket, insulation, scraper blades, flush-mounted ball valves and trunnion tilting.
Horizontal blenders are used extensively in the food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries with a choice of paddle, single- or double-ribbon agitators. All agitators can be customized for lifting, folding or cross agitation with sanitary shaft seals.
More info: (814) 342-0470; E-mail: sales@leeind.com; www.leeind.com.
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