Eirich / American Process Systems Model T-500 cylindrical ribbon / paddle mixer
Having a total vessel volume of 854 cubic feet. Vessel measures 8′ in diameter x 17′ long. All contact parts are manufactured of 316 stainless steel. Tank is ½ thick with 1″ thick end plates. Main shaft is 6.5″ solid 316 stainless steel. Ribbons measure ½ “thick x 3″. Paddles are ¾” thick. 304 stainless steel dimple jacket is ASME coded and rated to 150 PSI @ 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Jacket has four (4) 2″ inlets and four (4) 2″ outlets. Discharge is via a 24″ diameter carbon steel screw conveyor. Approximate overall dimensions of the unit are 32′ x 8′ x 8′. Unit weighs 34,355 pounds. Ribbon and paddles are direct driven by a 75 HP A/C motor with dynamic coupling through a euro drive gear reducer with a 147.56:1 reduction ratio allowing for a 12-RPM rotor speed. 24″ diameter clamped man way on top. National board number 62. 42″ x 42″ clean out door. Has end bottom discharge approximately 10″ OD for clean out. Manufactured 1995. Serial number 4305A. Shop order number 4305
Used 3.5 cubic foot JH Day Nauta mixer / dryer. 304 stainless steel construction rated vacuum internal at 353 degrees F. Jacketed for 125 PSI at 353 degrees F. 5HP drive through a gear reducer. Mounted on legs. S/N 42408. Manufactured 1988. JH Day certification number 1759.
Stainless steel double ribbon blender with a jacketed chamber, approximately 40 cubic foot working capacity. Unit has a 3 piece cover air cylinder actuated center bottom discharge. No mixer stand is included. Unit is currently mounted on legs, supplying an approximately 6″ discharge height. Mixer is chain and sprocket driven by an approximately 10HP gear head motor supplying 155 RPM output. Unit has a 6″ diameter pinion and a 24″ diameter bull gear.
Sprout-Waldron model 90 double ribbon mixer, S/N 81-0135. All carbon steel construction, 3HP 460V 1,760 RPM motor to 194.6:1 gearbox to chain and sprocket driven 7/16″ thick carbon steel mixer blade. 30″ x 72″ x 34″ deep mixing bowl with 8″ non-gated bottom, center discharge, approximately 40 cubic feet.