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.
Happy Labor Day: Readco Kurimoto, LLC. will be closed Monday September 1st in observance of Labor Day
International Elastomer Conference: Readco Kurimoto, LLC is happy to announce that we will be exhibiting the Continuous Processor at the International Elastomer Conference (click for details) for the rubber industry. October 14-16, 2014 at the Nashville Convention Center in Nashville, TN (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. Look for us in booth number 318! (click for map).
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: OK, so you make chocolate! You can’t make mine because it is unique.
Q: We’ve been doing it this way for 100 years. You can’t do it any other way.
New Product Line: SC ProcessorA 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.
Our company used to implement many batch mixing systems. Batching is a very complex process with all kinds of discrete steps that have to be verified before pushing to the next discrete step. With the Continuous Processor everything is simplified to a single system operating in a steady-state condition. This has reduced the cost and complexity of our control equipment while simplifying the data collection process.
The Continuous Processor has two main advantages for processing compounds.
Larry Bourland Ph.D