The most trusted name in Stainless Steel Conveyors
Since 1974, Kamflex has engineered and manufactured quality
stainless steel sanitary conveyors. Our engineering response
time is the best in the industry and our quality has no equal.
Contact Kamflex the next time you need a stainless steel conveyor.
Let us make it easy for you.
1321 West 119th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60643-5109 Tel. 1• 800 • 323 • 2440
Compounding & Filling Vessel with
This 60-liter Compounding & Filling
Vessel featuring an aseptic magnetic
mixer designed to stir a low-viscosity
suspension as it is being discharged under pressure of nitrogen
and filled into its final container.
Particles that tend to settle out
easily are constantly blended
to ensure accurate composition all throughout the
turbine floats during operation up to 490 rpm. Because
it is bottom-mounted, complete mixing is ensured
regardless of batch level.
It is optimized for cleaning and sterilization with
no mechanical seals or
stuffing boxes to pose
a contamination risk.
In between batches, a
CIP tube and spray ball
assembly is lowered
into the vessel. Cleaning solution is sprayed
in a 360° pattern at 34-53 gpm ( 15-37 psi).
The portable vessel is rated for 375 psi to full
vacuum at 250oF. Both the vessel and jacket are ASME Code stamped
and board certified. All wetted parts are stainless steel 316L with 240-
grit (<20Ra) finish, electropolished and passivated. The vessel is easily
wheeled from one location to another using swivel casters and FDA-compliant anti-microbial wheels with brakes.
Charles Ross & Son Company www.mixers.com
Vacuum sequencing central receivers are designed to
high quality standards for pneumatically
pellets and granular materials for
the bulk material
handling industries. Series
provide a high
capacity sequencing system primarily
used on multiple
destination applications where
rates or long
distances are required. Materials
include aluminum, carbon and
stainless steel. Conveying
rates range from 327 kg/hr to 6,804 kg/hr [720 lbs/hr to 15,000
lbs/hr]. P-Series receivers are ideal for applications requiring a
higher degree of sanitary requirements. Three models include
the P10 conveying up to 600 kg/hr [1,320 lbs/hr], the P30 conveying up to 1,800 kg/hr [ 4,000 lbs/hr] and the P100 for up to
4,000 kg/hr [ 8,800 lbs/hr]. The Coperion K-Tron P-series sanitary receivers can be used for simple “up and in” systems or
engineered for larger, central vacuum conveying systems.
Coperion K-Tron www.coperionktron.com