Deagglomerating When Mixing Powders And Liquids

Source: Silverson Machines, Inc.

When adding powders to liquids they have a tendency to form agglomerates which conventional agitators cannot readily break down. The high shear action of the Silverson rotor/stator workhead rapidly disperses agglomerates, exposing increasing areas of the solid to the surrounding liquid. The result is an agglomerate-free solution within minutes.

Adding a high shear Silverson In-Line mixer to the existing process will rapidly produce an agglomerate-free product, improve yield and batch-to-batch consistency. The animation below illustrates how this is achieved.

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