Products & Solutions FAQ


Q. What operations and their subsequent results can you describe?
One case involves going from low viscosity (turbulent flow) to high viscosity (laminar flow), or from liquid to high-density slurries or powders that require multiple mixing vessels and which were performed using a single SUPERBLEND mixing vessel. This equipment produces polymer with a sharp molecular weight distribution by instantaneously mixing the low viscosity reaction terminator by dripping it onto the high viscosity liquid surface, realizing excellent mixing performance.
Q. The inside of the vessel is complicated, so I am worried about residues generated during high-viscosity mixing.
The external impeller mostly runs in the scoop-up direction. However, if the rotation direction is reversed to the scoop-up direction at the liquid discharging stage, liquid can be collected at the center of the bottom, enabling the liquid to be discharged quickly and with little blow when applying pressure.
Q. Are the rotation directions and speeds the same for the internal and external impellers?
SUPERBLEND is equipped with separate motors for the internal and external impellers. Therefore, the rotation direction can be the same or reversed.
On the liquid surface, the internal impeller is mainly used for the turbulent flow, and the external impeller for the laminar flow to control the liquid in the vessel. Therefore, the speed ratio is changed depending on the viscosity.
Q. I want to try to use this vessel. Do you have a trial vessel?
Yes. We have a trial vessel with a 20L capacity. For detailed specifications, please contact us.
Q. I want to confirm the flow status of the liquid. Is a flow visualization test possible?
Yes. You can perform a flow visualization test using a transparent acrylic vessel. The liquid capacity is 20L, which allows a mixing test using simulated liquid. For other tests, please contact us.