High Shear Emulsifier
High Shear Mixer is to disperse one or more phases into another continuous phase through efficient, fast, uniform and other processes, and under normal circumstances each phase is insoluble. Because of the high rotor high-speed rotation of the tangent velocity and kinetic energy of high frequency mechanical effect brings strong, make the material in the narrow gap, rotor fierce mechanical and hydraulic shear, centrifugal extrusion, tearing and turbulent liquid layer friction, lighting strike etc inductive effect, so that the miscibility of the solid phase, liquid phase and gas phase in the corresponding mature technology and with a moderate amount of additive effect, Disperse and emulsify evenly and finely in an instant, and get stable and high-quality products after high frequency cycles.
Advantages of High Shear Emulsifier：
- low grinding fineness
- Wide range of applications
- high working efficiency
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Guidelines For High Shear Mixer
The high shear mixer is a kind of emulsification homogenizer, which can be said to be an upgraded version of the emulsifier. In the material processing industry, a series of operations such as mixing, emulsification, dispersion, dissolution, and reaction are generally inseparable from mixing equipment such as high shear mixers. For operators of high shear mixers, it is very important to be familiar with relevant parameters such as equipment performance, characteristics, installation, and application.
The dispersion process of the high shear Emulsifier 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 Emulsifier is about a thousand times higher than that of ordinary mixing.
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