Impeller designed to mix highly shear sensitive materials.
The Mixing Solutions Sentinel[TM] impeller for new institutions or retro-fitting to any mixer mixer, either of two electronic devices in which two or more signals are combined. In the type of mixer used in radio receivers, radar receivers, and similar systems, a signal is translated upward or downward in frequency. drive has been recently developed to mix highly shear shear: see strength of materials.
A straining action wherein applied forces produce a sliding or skewing type of deformation. sensitive-materials, with wide large-diameter blades promoting high flow and uniform distribution of shear. Adaptable to vessels with limited flange flange (flanj) a projecting border or edge; in dentistry, that part of the denture base which extends from around the embedded teeth to the border of the denture.
1. size and manway access, and particularly suited to special batch mixing applications, these impellers are available in fully-welded or bolted designs, with different materials, coatings and surface finishes.
Ready to ship immediately for standard applications and rapidly produced on non-standard designs, they may be readily adapted for any unique mixing configuration to meet process requirements and operate with varying liquid levels.
These units were designed for low shear applications where fluid motion is required to suspend solids, blend fluids or disperse disperse /dis·perse/ (dis-pers´) to scatter the component parts, as of a tumor or the fine particles in a colloid system; also, the particles so dispersed.
1. as without the risk of product damage from bubble breaking. They also suit C.I.P. (clean-in-place) systems having minimal horizontal hold up surfaces and broad low-angle vertical projections. This impeller is particularly useful in generating uniform agitation agitation /ag·i·ta·tion/ (aj?i-ta´shun) excessive, purposeless cognitive and motor activity or restlessness, usually associated with a state of tension or anxiety. Called also psychomotor a. effect (power or torque per unit volume) while vessels are filled and/or emptied. This dramatically new state-of-the-art impeller design is already proven in numerous applications polymer production and processing, crystallisation, filter feed fermentation fermentation, process by which the living cell is able to obtain energy through the breakdown of glucose and other simple sugar molecules without requiring oxygen. Fermentation is achieved by somewhat different chemical sequences in different species of organisms. and biological growth processes.
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