Laboratory high-viscosity disperser

Charles Ross & Son Co. has introduced a Laboratory High Viscosity Disperser featuring interchangeable bow-tie and paddle blades driven by a 2-hp explosion-proof, variable-frequency drive (VFD)-capable motor.

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Charles Ross & Son Co. (Hauppauge, N.Y.) has introduced a Laboratory High Viscosity Disperser featuring interchangeable bow-tie and paddle blades driven by a 2-hp explosion-proof, variable-frequency drive (VFD)-capable motor. Ross says this bench-top mixer is suitable for use with standard 5-gal pails and is designed for thorough blending of fluids with different viscosities, quickly resuspending dense solids that have settled during transport or storage, preparing thick paste-like formulations and other similar applications. The High Viscosity Disperser Model PBA-2 is offered with either an electro-mechanical lift or an air/oil hydraulic lift. Both options allow the operator to raise and lower the mixing blades during or in between batches. All wetted parts are stainless steel 304, as well as the shaft guard and adjustable can lock. In lieu of 5-gal pails, Ross-supplied vacuum-rated stainless steel mix vessels may also be used with the PBA-2. Sight/charge ports on the vessel cover, heating/cooling jacket, discharge valve, mixer bench and other features are available as options. Larger capacity models of the High Viscosity Disperser are offered for standard 55-gal drums and other vessel sizes up to 500 gal.