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Inline Homogeniser / Mixer
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Salient Features

- In Inline agitation system, the possibility of materials –Liquid or Solid passing through it, without subjected to intense hydraulic and mechanical shear
   actions is zero. Here suction pipe (inlet pipe) is centrally mounted & outlet is radially mounted, therefore it is physically impossible for any material to  
   pass from inlet to outlet without exposed to agitation.
- The stator which surrounds rotor is available with various type of opening i.e. round, square, rectangular & with perforation also so that all the critical
   demand of Mixing, Emulsifying, Disintegration & Dispersion of solids, suspension can be met out by same equipment.
- The machine is versatile & has completely revolutionized the traditional mixing techniques. Here close tolerance of rotor with the stator produces high
   hydraulic shearing & mechanical action that ensures that material entrapped between rotor & stator is subjected to tremendous shearing actions each

Fluid Mixing Mechanisms

- In terms of mechanical mixing mechanisms, a number of actions are employed by different types of mixers  to create different effects for particular
   process results. For distributive action, swirl created by rotating  parts causes laminar thinning of the material interfaces, thereby increasing volumetric
   combination of the  materials. A repeated cutting and folding action of the mixture also increases the distribution of different  material components. The
   effectiveness and efficiency of a mixer in distributive mixing is therefore a  function of how the machine interacts with the fluid in a geometric sense.
- Conversely, the effectiveness and efficiency of a mixer in dispersive mixing is a function of how the machine interacts with the fluid in a stressing sense.
   For most materials, the higher the stress, the   smaller the resulting particles or droplets in the mixture. However, another very important consideration
   is the uniformity of the stress field. Without a reasonable uniformity, it is impossible to guarantee that the   same stress is applied to all parts of the fluid.
   This would result in a wide range of final droplet or particle   sizes rather than a narrow range obtained with uniform stressing. One or more of the three
   primary   stressing mechanisms are used in most fluid mixers.
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Contact Person: Mr. Mayur Joshi
City: Mumbai
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