Promix Lab

Promix 10

Promix 3D powder mixers

Promix 3D swing powder mixers are suitable for mixing dry, powdery materials such as those used in the pharmaceutical, chemical, food and metal powder industries. They mix ingredients of different crystal size and density into a homogeneous product quickly and in a closed environment, without contact with the working environment or other materials.

Promix benefits

        - 100 saveable mixing programmes

        - easy to operate

        - changeable mixing tanks

        - constant mixing

        - a high level of filling

        - quiet operation

 

- efficient 3D trajectory

- energy-saving

- short mixing time

- easy to clean

- printable data on operation

Look at the showcase of the Promix 10 mixer

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See Promix mixers in action

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In one mixer you can use many different volumes of barrels

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New Promix Lab - mixer  will expand our selection of mixers. The new mixer is suitable for mixing small quantities of powders or liquids.

 

 

 

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Features

Promix utilises a unique 3D pendulum and rotary trajectory, which mixes the ingredients efficiently by constantly pushing them forward. 100 individual mixing programmes can be set for different mixing quantities, substances and levels of filling. These programmes include the optimum mixing time and speed for each process. Once the programme has finished, it is possible to print out data about the time used for mixing and the speed of rotation.

 

  Promix Lab Promix 10 Promix 100
Tank volume 0,1, 0,2, 0,5, 1,0 or 3,0 l 3, 5 or 10 l 10, 30, 50 or 100 l
Max. filling weight 1,5 kg 4,5 kg 55 kg
Speed of rotation 15 - 40 rpm* 15 - 40 rpm* 15 - 30 rpm*
Electrical connection 230 V / 50 Hz 230 V / 50 Hz 230 V / 50 Hz
Compressed air connection 6 bar / 100 l/min 6 bar / 100 l/min 6 bar / 300 l/min

Dimensions (width x depth x height)

721 x 1.048 x 1.800 mm 750 x1.400 x 1.650 mm 1.000 x 1.700 x 1.650 mm
Weight 200 kg 300 kg 900 kg

 

*The programmes include the mixing time and speed of rotation required for each process.

 

The SWiNG Principle

Molecular SWiNG Technology applies the molecular SWiNG principle, originally discovered in 1978 by the German Biochemist Dr. Michael Doman in the movement of a model of the glucose molecule. The acronym SWiNG stands for “System With Internal Gyration”.

Further investigations showed the broad significance of the SWiNG principle in technical and natural mixing processes such as ocean waves breaking at the shore or fluids being shaken by hand.

Molecular SWiNG Technology can mix liquids, solids and gases in any proportion in a closed system simply and efficiently without the need of paddles, stirrers or turbines.

SWiNG kinematics features a novel mechanical linkage system that conveys three-dimensional chaotic movement to the fluid inside of the mixing container. The turn-tilting motion of the container offers a special advantage: The dynamic movement varies continuously across the whole sequence, yet the container comes back to its original position without having to spin around.