The MHD 2000 and CMS 2000 systems are designed for an inline powder incorporation into liquids. Essential features:
- closed feeding of liquids and powders to avoid environmental pollution
- production of big quantities with small machines and small need of space
- different process steps such as incorporation, wetting, pre-mixing and homogenising is one machine
- Saving of time, investments and staff
Main difference between MHD and CMS:
The MHD2000/.. system is designed for a quantitative inline mixing of powders with liquids with a minimum of air introduction. I t is mainly recommend for very big production quantities. The liquid and the solids (powders or granules) are mixed continuously and dust-free. The materials to be mixed are fed in proportional quantities, premixed in the machine and then dispersed, so that you will receive a finished final product. The slightly increased dosing effort is compensated by much smaller tank capacities, and additional expensive and heavy other mixing machines are no more needed. Additionally the MHD offers higher flexibility in the production and a constant product quality.
Dust- and lump-free incorporation of powders is one of the most frequent processing steps. The machine of type CMS 2000/.. is working in an enriching respectively circulating process until all powder is fed into the liquid. The feeding of powders is based on a strong suction. No additional feeding systems are required. The machine is equipped with a specially designed rotor, which on the one hand sucks the liquid from a tank and on the other hand the powder from any container. The machine is working in circulating operation until the complete quantity of powder is fed. Dispersing can then be continued with closed powder inlet. Depending on the product resp. the powder characteristics, solids concentrations of up to 80% can be achieved. In case of very high viscosities an additional pump may be preceded.