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Ultra high shear mixing and deagglomeration

July 02, 2012
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Deagglomeraton of solid particles suspended in liquid entails many hours of mixing and multiple passes through milling equipment. In other cases, it requires the use of very expensive but low-throughput high pressure homogenizers. Typically a production bottleneck, cleaning and product changeover at this stage of the mixing process is often labor-intensive and time-consuming. A new rotor/stator mixer design with unique geometries, multi-stage configurations and faster tip speeds could improve the process. Learn more in this technology paper.

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