DisperseTech offers a wide range of laboratory mixers and overhead stirrers to meet your new product development requirements. Our mixers handle a wide range of products and viscosities.
MixMor offers top entering portable mixers ideal for drum and tote mixing. The Heavy Duty clamp mount is standard or a cup base can be supplied for fixed mounting. These portable mixers are ideal for drum mixing, tote mixing or can be used with portable tanks.
- The disperser, sometimes called a dissolver, is used mix solids into liquids. The high shear dispersion mixer operate at high speed to quickly wet-out pigments, break agglomerates and produce a homogeneous dispersion. To develop the shear necessary to break pigment agglomerates, laminar flow is necessary. A disc style dispersion blade is used to produce the laminar flow needed for dispersion. Through proper selection and sizing of the disperser blade, a flow can be established that will produce the needed shear as well as sufficient flow to yield a homogeneous product.
The disperser is commonly mounted on hydraulic hoist and referred to as a post mixer. This configuration allows portable tanks to be swapped under the mixer, allowing one disperser to operate with multiple tanks. The hydraulic hoist also allows for precise placement of the dispersion blade in the tank. Dispersers can be directly mounted to a fixed tank. This is typically done for larger batches. Limit lift hydraulic cylinders can be added to allow blade positioning even on the tank mounted installations.
For deep tanks, large batch sizes, or where top entry isn't a practical option, side entry mixers are an excellent alternative.
High viscosity mixers are designed to provide the shear needed to break agglomerates and the flow necessary to provide a homogenous mix. DisperseTech offers multi-shaft, double planetary, and planetary centrifugal mixers to provide the correct blend of both shear and flow.
Top entry mixers are the most common mixer design. The shaft can be fully supported by bearings above the material being mixed, or an optional steady bearing can be supplied for larger shaft lengths or to reduce shaft costs. Many configurations can be supplied to meet your process requirements.
Horizontal mixers are used in variety of applications including coatings, sealants, and powders.