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  • Power Consumption Characteristics of an In-Line Silverson High Shear Mixer
    In-line rotor stator mixers differ from in-tank versions because the flow is often controlled independently of the rotor speed. For in-tank devices the turbulent power can be adequately described by single impeller type power number. For an in-line. rotor-stator mixer it is found that the power
  • The Art of High Shear Mixing
    The high-shear rotor/stator mixer (HSM), once relegated to a relatively narrow niche of mixing applications, has become a mainstay in many applications in the chemical process industries (CPI). The ability to apply intense shear and shorten mixing cycles gives these mixers broad appeal
  • High-Shear Mixing: Don't Fall Victim to Common Misconceptions
    The high-shear rotor/stator mixer (HSM), once relegated to a relatively narrow niche of mixing applications, has become a mainstay in many applications in the chemical process industries (CPI). The ability to apply intense shear and shorten mixing cycles gives these mixers broad appeal
  • Liquid Mixing: Solid Challenges
    pockets in liquids. During this process, known as cavitation, tiny, highly energetic bubbles implode, causing a nearly infinite number of tiny shock waves within the fluid. Instantaneous temperatures reach the 5,000 K range, which can be exploited for chemical catalysis. Thanks to cooling rates
  • Liquid Mixing: Solid Challenges
    separates mixers for drug making from those used in food and chemical industries. Sanitary features are the only distinguishing characteristic of pharmaceutical-grade mixers, says Kevin McNamara of MixMor (Los Angeles). In business for more than half a century, MixMor serves the gamut of process
  • Automated foundry fights foreign competition
    with little downtime. An operator directs the mixer head via joystick to fill pattern boxes with sand. These get compacted on a vibrating table. Compaction time and vibration frequency are set for each pattern according to mold qualities, and a robotic strickling tool removes excess material. Molds then move

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