The Ross Siphon system revolutionized the way it feeds liquids. It can continuously add solid or liquid raw materials to form high quality dispersants, suspending agents and emulsions, marking a significant advancement in modern processes.
The Ross Mixing Emulsifier and the Multi-Function Mixer are well-known in the mixer and are widely used in medicine, adhesives, sealants and other industries.
The hybrid emulsifier is typical of a high-shear mixer, and the high-speed moving rotor closely matches the fixed stator to achieve high shear. The material being processed is subjected to intense mechanical and hydraulic forces to produce highly dispersed products, or as small as possible emulsions.
The siphon system takes full advantage of the vacuum suction generated on the rotor of the machine. The area is linked to the funnel by a tube, and the powder or liquid is drawn into the high shear area and quickly dispersed or emulsified. In the multi-purpose mixer, the tube is passed from the emulsification head, passed through the container cover, and then linked to the funnel.
The siphon system works effectively under both vacuum and non-vacuum conditions. Under vacuum, the pressure difference between the inside and outside of the container produces significant power, causing the powder or liquid to be drawn in. In addition, processing under vacuum can keep the processed product from coming into contact with air, eliminating many downstream fresh-keeping processes.
Almost every process can be used - the new siphon system takes less time and is of higher quality. Small system, a lot of applications.
A large amount of PVC resin powder, calcium carbide filler and dioxane are drawn into plastic liquids such as DOP.
Thickeners such as CMC are inhaled to form a high quality base, and then a large amount of fumed silica and other tooth powder are inhaled.
Cosmetics and pharmaceutical industry
Water-soluble polymers such as CMC, HEC are drawn into water or non-aqueous liquids to form a bubble-free, high quality gel.
Adhesive paper coating
Kaolin or other clay, fixed inhaled, well dispersed, applied to paper.
Paint, ink & paint
Organic or inorganic dyes are drawn into the container.
Protein, synthetic or natural condiments, nutrients, etc. are taken into the water.
Calcium carbide and fumed silica are drawn into an acrylic solution or silicon to form a high quality water repellent and sealant.