A relatively new industrial blending technology has taken hold in the United States in recent years. Although they might look like the more traditional ribbon blenders, fluidizers do not work in quite the same way. It is because of this they have several advantages over more common styles of blending.
A fluidizer operates at a much higher velocity than traditional industrial blender styles. By operating at higher velocities, it can blend ingredients faster, providing you with a more complete mixture while using substantially less power.
Better Powder Mixture
When you are working with powders, you probably need an exact mixture. If it is not completely mixed, your production line could end up with an improper ratio in the end product. This can cause poor quality or dangerous levels of specific substances in your product. Fluidizers help prevent this by using extra blades to ensure your mixture is perfect every time.
Better Solid and Fluid Mixture
Since the fluidizer has more paddles, it is better at mixing fluids and solids due to the increased surface area the paddles provide. Using one reduces the chance of an incomplete mixture, time-consuming cleaning and wasted ingredients.
Regular blenders are often unsuitable for substances that are easily damaged or destroyed by regular paddle or ribbon blenders. If you are mixing delicate ingredients, these blenders can provide a soft and gentle mix. This reduces waste, failed mixtures and the need to repeat processing.
These machines offer the ability to mix almost any ingredient. They are often faster and can mix different substances regardless of mass, density or size. This means less product waste and more versatility. They also reduce the time it takes to mix various ingredients allowing you to produce more in less time.
The fluidizer provides a better alternative to traditional industrial mixing. Many of its advantages are designed to save you time, money and effort when processing complex ingredients.