Mixing Vessels MAXBLEND
Providing innovative mixing features generated by the unique impeller shape.
MAXBLEND (which generates ideal flow that cannot be realized with other impeller models) consists of the bottom paddle and the upper grid.
MAXBLEND generates the appropriate flow pattern based on the vertical circulating flow in the whole area of the vessel.
The upward flow is generated along the vessel wall by a strong discharge flow from the bottom paddle, and the entire circulating flow is formed in the whole area of the vessel.
TURBINE 2-stage impeller
The multistage turbine generates a small circulating flow independent for each stage of impellers. The liquid supplied to the free surface is firstly dispersed in the upper-stage circulating flow, so a dispersion to the lower stage is delayed significantly.
In the bottom of the vessel, a suction flow is generated under the shaft, and stagnant portion are easily generated under the shaft. This causes fouling or adhesion to be generated in the drain valve at the bottom of the vessel.
A flow interference occurs between stages by a discharge flow from the upper and lower impellers, generating two circulating flows divided in the vertical direction of the vessel.
Introduction Movie for MAXBLEND
Innovative mixing characteristics created by original impeller shape
By means of adopting a unique impeller shape, MAXBLEND can provide an ideal flow that cannot be realized with other conventional impellers. Since its launch in 1985, we have delivered about 2,000 units and used for a variety of applications, including low and high viscosity mixing, solid dispersion, gas absorption and emulsion polymerization.
In this movie, you can easily understand the ideal flow pattern and features of MAXBLEND.