Technical books are not going to give you mixer geometry and design in most cases. Some articles may give information about the specifics of laboratory tests, but that information may not be helpful for production equipment.

The following information is general, but can be used for your specific situation:

Housing dimensions: Diameter 2,200 mm Height 2,300 mm Length 4,000 mm

Typical relative dimensions: Diameter 100 units Height 120 units Length 200 units

Typical rotating ribbon: Diameter 95% housing diameter = 95 units Length 2 x ribbon diameter = 190 units

Gap = 2.5% of housing diameter 2.5 units

Ribbons - Two outer ribbons (double flight helix) at 180 degrees from each other for balanced loads

Ribbon width - 5% of ribbon or housing diameter = 5 units

Inner Ribbon - 10% of ribbon or housing diameter = 10 units - center at 0.5 x diameter of ribbon = 50 units

Outer ribbons - Pitch = Diameter = 100 units - pushes toward discharge

Two double flight ribbons pushing toward center for center discharge

Inner ribbons - pushing in direction opposite to outer ribbons.

For specific housing:
Ribbon diameter – 2,090 mm Gap - 55 mm
Outer and inner ribbon pitch – 1,900 mm
Outer ribbon width - 104 mm Inner ribbon width - 209 mm
Precise dimensions are not critical as long as they are good approximations

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