Cookers use precisely controlled
direct steam injection to pressure
cook slurries such as starch,
polyvinyl alcohol, and cellulose
Dual Dynamic Controls - a Linear
Valve Stem Actuator and Micrometer-Adjustable
Mixing Tube facilitate in-process
optimization of steam flow and
slurry feed pressure to ensure
quiet, hammer-free cooking and
high output quality.
At the annulus of the patented
Q-JET Micrometer-Adjustable Mixing
Tube, slurry combines with steam
and accelerates to high velocity. As
the granules pass into the Mixing
Tube, they further accelerate,
begin to disperse, hydrate and
expand. While passing through
the Mixing Tube, the granules
undergo high shear mixing, gel,
hydrate and exit the Q-JET Mixing
Jet Cooker into a retention tube
applies well to cooking various
products, with temperatures controlled
to suit the process. While
temperatures typically range
from 190° to 325°F, temperature
is not equipment limited.
tube sizes from 0.75" to
8" diameter with slurry flow
rates of 0.5 to 800 gpm.
Jet Cookers adapt to diverse
seals promote extended maintenance-free
construction provides high
reserve strength and corrosion
meet 3A Sanitary Standards.
polyvinyl alcohols for wet-end,
surface size and coating
/ excess steam pasting of
and mash for ethanol production.