Mr. Mehtab Khan (Partner)


Mr. Feroz Khan (Partner)



L-89, Krishan Vihar, Near Bharat Shakti Public School, Delhi - 110086, India

High Shear Mixers

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How the High Shear Mixers Works

Stage 1. The high speed rotation of the rotor blades within the precision machined mixing work head exerts a powerful suction, drawing liquid and solid materials upwards from the bottom of the vessel and into the center of the work head.

Stage 2. Centrifugal force then drives materials towards the periphery of the work head where they are subjected to a milling action in the precision machined clearance between the ends of the rotor blades and the inner wall of the stator.

Stage 3. This is followed by intense hydraulic shear as the materials are forced, at high velocity, out through the perforations in the stator and circulated into the main body of the mix.

Stage 4. The materials expelled from the head are projected radially at high speed towards the sides of the mixing vessel. At the same time fresh material is continually drawn into the work head maintaining the mixing cycle. The effect of horizontal(radial) expulsion and suction into the head is to set up a circulatory pattern of mixing which is all below the surface. As a result of this there is no unnecessary turbulence above the surface. So long as the machine is correctly chosen for size and power, the entire contents of the vessel will pass hundreds of times through the work head during the mixing operation to give uniform progressive processing and homogenisation. A further benefit derived from the controlled mixing pattern is that aeration is almost completely eliminated.

  • Speed : The exceptionally rapid high shear mixer mixing action substantially reduces process times compared with conventional agitators and mixers and can reduce mixing times by upt to 90%
  • Versatility : The advantages of the High Shear Mixer approach to mixing that any one machine can perform the duties that in the past may have required several different pieces of process equipment.
  • Unrivalled versatility allows any machine to be adapted to perform the widest range of mixing applications: Mixing, Emulsifying, homogenizing, disintegrating, dissolving, dispersing, blending, particle size reduction and de-agglomerating