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Union Process: Attritor for Specialty Inks

December 12, 2006
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Union Process, Inc. has produced three QL-100 circulation attritors for the milling of specialty inks. The QL-100 is the largest and newest model of the series and is specially designed with an ASME-coded vessel that will withstand 75 psi. With specially configured arms and disks to maximize agitation, the unit is also equipped with a shaft seal to handle products with high viscosities. Additionally, the mill features special hardened steel to maximize the life of various parts of the mill and to address customers’ contamination concerns. Powered by a 150 HP motor, the gross tank volume is approximately 120 gal and is filled with 100 gal of media.

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