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What is 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.

Flow patterns

MAXBLEND generates the appropriate flow pattern based on the vertical circulating flow in the whole area of the vessel.

MAXBLEND impeller

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

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.

Mixing mechanism

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.

Features of MAXBLEND

Introduction of application results

Since the first model was delivered in 1985, MAXBLEND has about 2,000 delivery results, and it is applied for several applications.

Mixing target Process and operation Product and
application example
Solid-Liquid mixing Suspension polymerization PVC, PS and Superabsorbent polymer
Crystallization Cooling crystallization, Reaction crystallization and Concentrated crystallization
Salting out and acidifying-out operation Deposition tank for ABS and Crumb former
Powder or Resin dissolution PVA, Cellulose acetate and lignin
Liquid-Liquid mixing Liquid mixing ABS, PVC paste, Vinyl acetate and Acrylic emulsion
Solution polymerization BR, AS and Thermoplastic elastomer
Bulk polymerization PS, PMMA and Spandex
Dehydration condensation Biodegradable polymer
Gas-Liquid mixing Hydrogenation, Chlorination reaction Polymer hydrogenation, Oils and fats
EO or PO addition reaction Surfactant
High-viscosity gas absorption reaction Thermoplastic elastomer
High-viscosity cultivation Biopolymer and Biocellulose

We introduces application examples of the technologies and techniques based on our past results.

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Product introduction Movies

Introduction Movie for MAXBLEND

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.

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Introduction of test equipments

Type 20L cold test equipment 200L cold test equipment 3m3cold test equipment 100L rental pilot reactor
Standard fluid volume Approx. 20L Approx. 200L 2500L 100L
Materials Transparent acrylic Transparent vinyl chloride SUS304 and transparent PC SUS316L
Design temperature Normal temperature Normal temperature Normal temperature 250°C
Design pressure Normal pressure Normal pressure Normal pressure FV~5Kg/cm2
Motor rating (kw) 0.4 3.7 15.0 3.7
Full view of equipment

MAXBLEND consultation

Telephone/Fax Inquiries

Tel: +81-3-6737-2680

Fax: +81-3-6866-5123

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