The Ultimate Continuous Processor™ was produced by the R&D laboratories of HASLER Group and satisfies all production limitations for the transformation of materials in a highly viscous medium.
All production phases are integrated in the same unit:
The advantages of Ultimate Continuous Processor:
A SUITABLE SUPPLY SECTION
Large enough to feed materials with a wide range of particle sizes and components with low bulk density.
A DOUBLE HULL
compatible with temperature control (heating or cooling). This hull extends the range of the UCP functions (reaction, meltdown, crystallisation, controlled phase change) and optimises quality (consistency).
(Moving parts/Walls – Moving parts / Moving parts). optimised shear, heat exchanges (ideal for using heat sensitive products) and improved control of residence time.
A CONSTANT AND OPTIMISED PROCESSING VOLUME
The output hatch can be used to optimise the use of the volume of the processing zone. The narrow clearance between components in the processing zone prevents material from the accumulating between unused areas and also guarantees a constant processing volume.
HIGH TORQUE AND LOW FREQUENCY OF ROTATION
The UCPTM operates with high torque without generating pressure. Thanks to its characteristics, energy costs and maintenance costs are reduced, while ensuring compatibility with demanding material transfer processes.
EASE OF CLEANING
Easy access to zones to be cleaned and a small internal space.
MINOR MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS AND SOLID CONSTRUCTION
Low wear (slow rotation, low internal pressure, etc.)
LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION
optimal performance/power ratio (high torque), and optimised thermal exchanges thanks to narrow clearance between components in the processing zone help to establish the UCPTM as a low-energy system.
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM
Thanks to its instrumentation and control system, the UCPTM can be used to track batches and production precisely.
MIXING AT A CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE
Low temperature mixing is enabled to protect the structure of the material and heat sensitive materials. The UCPTM can also be used for “hotmelt” mixing.
|MOVING PART LAYOUT TO MEET|
|TWO CO-ROTATING SHAFTS||MULTIPLE DEGASSING AND SUPPLY
|Moving parts are organised on|
shafts to enable the successive
phases and produce the fi nal
|The two co-rotating shafts optimise|
homogenisation and guarantee the
constant quality of the end product.
|Enhancing the optimisation of recipe
operations and options for evacuating
Thematic folder : Mixing when facing new industrial priorities White
How can mixing, which is simply defined as the work of viscous products, relate to the industrial priorities of today and the future?
The following pages provide an overview of this viewpoint.