High Shear Mixer

high shear mixer

The high shear mixer is widely used in the experimental fields of liquid mixing, emulsification, liquid/solid powder dispersion, and slurrying in biology, physics, chemistry, cosmetics, health care products, food, paint, coatings, and chemicals. It is ideal laboratory equipment for scientific research, product development, quality control, and production process applications in scientific research institutions, colleges and universities, health and epidemic prevention, product manufacturing, and pharmaceutical and medical units.

The dispersion process of the high shear mixer is based on the cutting principle of the rotor and the stator. The experimental equipment is driven by a high-speed motor to drive the shearing and emulsifying working head, which promotes the rotor to make a high-speed circular motion. The high-speed rotating rotor and the precision stator form high-frequency, strong circumferential tangential velocity, angular velocity, and other comprehensive kinetic energy, which encourages the experimental materials to be sucked into the rotor area from the bottom of the experimental container, and the stator hole under the action of huge centrifugal force throw out. The stator and rotor form strong, reciprocating hydraulic shear, friction, centrifugal extrusion, and fluid collision in a reasonably narrow gap. The experimental materials cyclically reciprocate in the container, and withstand tens of thousands of times per minute of shearing, tearing, impact and mixing, to achieve the effect of shearing and emulsification, and the efficiency of high shear mixer is about a thousand times higher than that of ordinary mixing.



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