ARDE Barinco, Inc.
Combining high shear dispersion and emulsification capabilities with a very economical capital and operating cost, the CJ-20 series of the Reversible Homogenizing Mixer can disperse fine powders to small particle size and also emulsify immiscible liquids such as oil and water phases to a single micron droplet size distribution. (read more)
A patented impeller with three helical blades rotates at high speed inside a matching, tubular housing. The rotating impeller creates a negative pressure differential, centrifugal shoveling and positive axial thrust - drawing materials into an intensive shear zone. (read more)
ARDE Barinco, Inc., can supply a wide variety of propeller mixers and turbine agitators. Standard "clamp on" prop mixers along with side entering and pressure sealed designs are available. Sanitary polished versions for pharmaceutical and food processing applications can be made. (read more)
The control panel is able to vary the speed of the mixer along with changing the direction of the mixing impeller. By reversing the impeller direction, the directed flow through the rotor housing switches from the upward pumping action known as the up-mode to the downward pumping action which is called the down-mode. (read more)
Operating at up to 13,000 RPM, Cavitron rotor/stator mixers can produce as many as 500 million cavitational episodes per second. Cavitron reactor systems are based on kinematic high-frequency technology. (read more)
The new Beat Mix Foamer Aerator is capable of dispersing air, gases and other vapors into liquid to form finely dispersed bubbles for the production of stable and unstable foams and also for dispersion of gases into liquids for chemical reactions and mass transfer applications. (read more)
Operating at up to 13,000 RPM, Cavitron rotor/stator mixers can produce as many as 500 million cavitational episodes per second. Cavitron reactor systems are based on kinematic high-frequency technology. Revolutionary process is remarkably efficient, enabling Cavitron systems to handle throughputs that used to require much larger machines (read more)