Dispersetech manufactures a wide selection of quality high speed dispersion blades. These mixing blades find uses in many chemical processing industries including paint, coatings, adhesives, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, etc. Standard blades are constructed of 304 stainless steel, but other metals are available on request. In order to improve wear ...
Dispersetech manufactures a wide selection of quality high speed dispersion blades. These mixing blades find uses in many chemical processing industries including paint, coatings, adhesives, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, etc. Standard blades are constructed of 304 stainless steel, but other metals are available on request. In order to improve wear characteristics, we offer heat hardening as well as various ceramic coatings. Our blades can be bored to fit any of the common dispersers including Myers, Cowles, Hockmeyer, Schold, Schar, etc. Our selection includes the Sawtooth blade, the workhorse in the industry as well as more exotic configurations.
TheF Style high shear disperser blade is most popular and versatile dispersion impellers. The impeller creates a laminar flow region around the blade where agglomerates are torn apart by velocity gradients of ajacent flow layers. The uniform teeth help to accelerate pigment particles and breakup agglomerates. This high shear is complemented by turbulent...
This High-vaned "Pumper" blade, or Type 7 dispersion blade is designed for maximum turbulent flow. It is an excellent choice for blending and agitation. This dispersing blade will disperse pigments or flatting agents rapidly in high viscosity or thixotropic systems with minimum heat generation.
Known as theCutter Bladebecause of its superiority for dissolving resins. The E Blade or Type 3 dispersion blade utilized for high vehicle viscosities and/or solids loadings. This dispersion blade produces shear but with more turbulence than other designs. Unlike most standard designs the teeth vary in size and angle.
The CSI is a unique tool for high speed dispersion and emulsification. It produces finer grind in less time with less heat build up, less power consumption and less wear than any other impeller. As with all our blades it can be bored to fit any of the popular dispersers, including; Myers, Cowles, Hockmeyer, Schold, Shar, etc.
A high shear design accererates product through a series of rings to produce very fine grinds with laminar flow and less heat build-up. Also, excellent for emulsification when operated at low speeds. As with all our blades it can be bored to fit any of the popular dispersers, including; Myers, Cowles, Hockmeyer, Schold, Shar, etc.
Conn IT (Intensive Type), Style Q, for agitation; Positive but gentle material flow; Low shear smooth fast mixing without air inclusion. This dispersion blade has vents or louvers used to introduce additional pumping action. Please note SIZE is not the measured diameter. See table below for diameters.
he Conn ITC, Style S, has large pitched teeth on the preiphery of the disk. The large surface area of these teeth provide a high degree of pumping. Recommended for dispersing fiberous additives and fillers. While this dispersion blade does not have louvers as with the othe rconn blades it produces axial flow with its angled teeth.
The Conn ITT (Intensive Type with Teeth), Type R, for high shear and agitation; Good material movement; Useful where high shear is required for a rapid and smooth blend or when high shear is not required but is not detrimental. This dispersion blade has vents or louvers used to introduce additional pumping action. Please note SIZE is not the actual blade...
Recommended for cutting in or shredding rubber, wax and other soft materials that tend to gum up on standard impellers. Unique tooth design features a knife, or pick, extending out from the blade, alternating with vertical teeth. Use extreme caution when handling this blade!
Hi-Vane Pumper impellers fill the intermediate range between low-speed and high-speed mixing. High-volume pumping action and radial flow promote better blending, while low shear minimizes temperature rise. The H Style, Type 2 blade will disperse pigments or flatting agents rapidly in high viscosity or thixotropic systems with minimum heat generation.
The lab blade is formed with teeth nearly tangential to the outer edge of the blade. Originally designed for ease of fabrication, this blade has found favor due to it's low pumping resulting from the tooth angle. The blade was originally sold as a laboratory K blade. The lab blade is supplied only in smaller sizes with a 1/2" bore sand keyway standard.
The HSXP series, Turbo Pump blade has the same serrated teeth as the HSX series and also includes alternating fins in the center of the impeller to help pump the material through the blade. With a combination of the serrated teeth and the pumping fins, your batch will have the best of both worlds, high dispersion and high pumping action from one blade.
The HSX series, Turbo blade is similar to the HS series but has serrated teeth that will help with heavier grinds. The serrated teeth have more cutting surfaces to help speed up the dispersion process of high solids batches. With the same proven design as the HS series blade, the Turbo blade with serrated teeth will help reduce your grind time.
The PMP series impellers are designed primarily for blending, mixing and general agitation. The PMP series blade is designed similar to a fan blade so that your batch is moved around the tank with minimal shear. If you are looking for general agitation or blending of liquids, the PMP is the right choice.