An ideal Static Mixer used for industries

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Published on July 10, 2014

Author: jagdeep.rufouz

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Static Mixer : Static Mixer Important points while choosing an ideal Static Mixer Static mixer is also called a Motionless Mixer which consist of internal baffles within a plastic tube which impart no motion during mixing of the samples provided: Static mixer is also called a Motionless Mixer which consist of internal baffles within a plastic tube which impart no motion during mixing of the samples provided Static Mixer are generally categorized into two common types depending upon the application areas: Static Mixer are generally categorized into two common types depending upon the application areas Static Mixer can be fitted with a cartridge and a handheld dispenser to ensure the radial mixing of the sample Static Mixer can be also used with Meter Mix and Dispense [MMD] equipment Factors while choosing an ideal Static Mixer: Factors while choosing an ideal Static Mixer In case of two component adhesive mixing pressure required to ensure the appropriate mixing speed of the mixer. For example in case of high viscous liquid mixing, high force is require to ensure the proper mixing of the components. Thus, before selecting the type of static mixer it is required to compare the data between the two static mixer which gives an idea which can be the best suitable static mixer of the desired operation MMD system is the automated system which require less manual labor and is used to facilitate mixing of larger volume of liquid PowerPoint Presentation: Air plane manufacturers generally uses a handheld cartridge mixing system because bonding operation is spread in a large area. MMD system is used only inside of the building and plant While hand held cartridges can be used both inside and outside of building and plants

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