Continuous Mixers

Readco Continuous Mixers

Kurimoto Continuous Mixers

Readco Kurimoto Continuous Mixers

Kurimoto Continuous Mixing

Readco Continuous Mixing

Readco Kurimoto Continuous Mixing

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Readco Kurimoto Dry Powder Blenders

Readco Dry Powder Blending

Kurimoto Dry Powder Blending

Readco Kurimoto Dry Powder Blending

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Readco Kurimoto Continuous Reactor

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READCO KURIMOTO, LLC. is a world class producer of continuous mixers and powder blenders.

Readco Kurimoto, LLC supplies Continuous Mixers to the Food, Chemical, Plastics, and Pharmaceutical industries for the continuous production of products.

NEW! Readco now offers the RK1 lab size model of the Continuous Processor for Laboratory and research work.

Readco also manufactures Dry Powder Blending equipment used in the Cosmetic, Pigment, Food, and Pharmaceutical Industries.

Readco Kurimoto, LLC – Address: 460 Grim Lane, York, PA 17406 – Phone: 1-800-395-4959

Introduction

Welcome to Readco Kurimoto, LLC. For over 100 years we have been at the forefront of industrial mixing technology. [Company History]

Readco Kurimoto, LLC supplies Continuous Mixers to the Food, Chemical, Plastics, and Pharmaceutical industries for the continuous production of products.

Readco also manufactures Dry Powder Blending equipment used in the Cosmetic, Pigment, Food, and Pharmaceutical Industries.

We invite you to tour our site and learn more about the advantages of Continuous Mixing.


News

05/06/2014
International Powder & Bulk Solids Show: Readco Kurimoto, LLC will be exhibiting the Continuous Processor at the International Powder & Bulk Solids Show (click for details) for the powder and bulk solids industry. May 6-8, 2014 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center Rosemont, Illinois (click for map). The Continuous Processor is a twin shaft, co-rotating mixer, designed to mix one or more dry materials with one or more liquid materials on a continuous basis, producing a homogeneous product at the discharge end of the unit. Come visit us in Booth: 2539 (click for floor plan).

06/02/2014
SAMPE 2014: Readco Kurimoto, LLC will be exhibiting the Continuous Processor at the SAMPE Show (click for details) for the material and process engineering industry. June 2-5, 2014 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington (click for map and directions). The Continuous Processor is a twin shaft, co-rotating mixer, designed to mix one or more dry materials with one or more liquid materials on a continuous basis, producing a homogeneous product at the discharge end of the unit. Come visit us in Booth D11 (click for floor plan).

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: OK, so how can you prove to me and my organization that what you are saying isn’t just blowing smoke?

A: Running a lab test at our facility in York, PA using your actual ingredients. We will set up a mini production system so you can see how the entire continuous process can work for you.

Q: Explain to me how your mixer can help me with my JIT mandate?

A: Simply because the flow out of the discharge is continuous, simply by turning the feeders on and off you can precisely control how much product you need to produce in a given time period.

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New Product Line: SC Processor

A machine designed to continuously process a wide range of materials by significantly reducing the moisture content of the material and transforming it into a dry powder or high viscosity slurry.

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Testimonials

The Continuous Processor has two main advantages for processing compounds.

  1. With the large internal void volume, it can take low bulk density materials without jamming
  2. It can accept significant vacuum techniques that will allow the removal of volatile materials

Larry Bourland Ph.D
polyVisions Inc.

When dealing with a concept change such as changing from batch to continuous, you can set up a complete demonstration of the process at Readco's state of the art test facility. You will be totally surprised with the wide range of ancillary equipment within this laboratory, and the capability of closely duplicating the proposed process. You can trust your specific application to Readco's technical application knowledge and equipment.

Jim Welker
Process Application Engineer
Partners for Progress

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Readco Kurimoto, LLC General Capabilities

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