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Description:

When the MIXING BLADE is not rotating it is a Static Mixer. Static Mixing is achieved by placing a series of well-designed obstructions (mixing elements) in a flowing stream. Static Mixers are “Inline” that is they are placed in pipe line. Static Mixers are generally used for “Continuous Mixing”. They may be used in “Batch” mode by providing a recirculation line.

Static Mixers are highly-engineered motionless mixing devices that allow for the continuous blending of fluids within a pipeline. With no moving parts, static mixers utilize the energy of the flow stream to generate consistent, cost-effective, and reliable mixing.

It is a special skill to design Static Mixers for a given job such a mixing, blending, Gas - liquid contacting, viscous reaction, heat transfer, mass transfer, dispersion, emulsification, extraction and all those operations where usually agitation is employed.

Available in MOC:

1) PP
2) PVC / UPVC / HDPE
3) FRP
4) PVDF
5) PTFE
6) Stainless Steel
7) Hast alloy
8) MS+PTFE Lined

Mixing for each volume flow, density, viscosity and substance-specific properties

1) Liquid – liquid mixing
a. Miscible liquids, i.e. water & caustic
b. None-miscible liquids, i.e. water & oil
2) Liquid – gas mixing, i.e. water & CO2
3) Gas – gas mixing, i.e. flue gas & oxygen

Advantages:

1) No moving parts
2) No mechanical seals
3) No maintenance
4) No leakage
5) Predictable homogeneity
6) Low energy dissipation
7) Low investment / short return of investment
8) Easy scale-up
9) In line processing

Industry:

1) Water and Wastewater Treatment
2) Food and Beverages
3) Chemical Industry
4) Polymers and Fibers
5) Petrochemical Industry
6) Pharmaceutical Industry
7) CIP and Sanitary Mixers
8) Textile Industries

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