January 24, 2011
WARMINSTER, Pa.L. B. Bohle launched BTM Turbo Mills for manufacturers to increase the viability of wet or dry ingredients. The BTM 150 and BTM 300 mills employ dual-sided blade assemblies that have a hammer-like side to shatter dry materials and a knife-like side to slice wet materials. Users simply flip the rotor based on their ingredient. The high-speed (1,000 rpm to 6,000 rpm) rotor reduces the material size so it can be discharged through a screen that regulates the final particle dimension to 40 µm to 500 µm based on screen selection. The BTM 150 outputs about 1,500 kg/hr, and the BTM 300 outputs about 2,500 kg/hr.
BTM mills are current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) compliant and use 316 stainless steel for all parts that contact ingredients. The mills are mobile, compact and feature a variable height adjustment that lets these units fit into almost any production line. Product is evenly filled into the milling chamber via a rotating valve that protects against overfilling. Both units feature integrated mobile lifting columns.
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