Continuous In-Line Blending Technologies

GEA DICON® Continuous In-Line Blenders for HPC & Chemicals

Continuous in-line blending with full innovation potential: the GEA DICON® in-line blending concept

GEA DICON continuous inline blender for home & personal care
Liquid multi-component products - in every branch of industry - are always subject to increasingly complex demands on efficiency in ever faster innovation cycles. Production systems designed to satisfy those demands need to be economic, reproduce the process exactly, and have the highest possible flexibility. This is exactly what continuous in-line blending with GEA DICON® technology from GEA offers.
GEA DICON for Home & Personal Care

For all that flows:

  • Cleaning agents, laundry detergents, liquid soaps
  • Oral, skin and health care products
  • Liquid fertilizers
  • Biofuels, anti-freezing agents, urea
  • ... and much more 

A GEA DICON® in-line blending system consists of the main pipeline fed by the ingredients to be dosed, the dosing sections with feeding pumps and deaerating vessels, and metering technology for a high mixing precision.

Special features

  • Mixing in the pipeline (low space required)
  • No costs for mixing tanks (investments, CIP, maintenance, space)
  • High mixing accuracy by using precise flow meters
  • Low product quantities remaining in the system
  • Systems available for very low and very high capacities
  • Large measuring and controlling range
  • Flexibility that pays off

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