YOUR PROCESS MATTERS
With our intellectual assets working for you, Mixquip can solve most mixing challenges by integrating the combined years of experience in process, mixing and impeller design with technology to deliver the scientific knowhow required for your process. Our state of the art knowledge and technology centre located in Sydney Australia uses Computational Fluid Mixing software to model the effects of different impeller designs. This means our customers can achieve optimum results – no matter what the application. We offer a variety of mixing impellers designed for sanitary and industrial mixing applications. The purpose of the mixing impeller is important in achieving desire results through the transfer of energy provided by the motor to the product in the most efficient way in the least amount of time. View our mixing impellers below.
Impeller operating range
The Mixquip impeller design range covers almost every mixing application requirement. Maximum product yield, consistency, superior batch quality, smooth dependable operation and guaranteed process results are all hallmarks of Mixquip. Below shows Mixquip chart of mixing impellers from flow to pressure through to high-shear mixing requirements.
SuperfloMixquip Superflo propellor is a very effective low viscosity high flow mixing system with predominatly axial flow, ideally suited to higher shaft speeds. This mixing impeller design has low power number and high pumping capacity and is supplied in a range of stainless steel alloys.
HydrofoilMixquip hydromax impeller is an axial flow based mixing system that covers both turbulent, low viscosity mixing regimes as well as positive displacement mixing in laminar, high viscosity regimes. Adjustments to the blade angle and the ratio between the tank and impeller diameters make this a very versatile impeller covering a wide range of applications.
TorojetMixquip Torojet impeller has been designed to combine both axial and radial mixing regimes. The impeller design means that is is able to produce a flow pattern without dead zones through the entire vessel. Ideally suited to mixing non-Newtonian fluids, this impeller covers a wide range of consistency and flow behavior characteristics /rheology.
Pitched Blade TurbineMixquip PBT is suited to low to medium viscosity applications where axial flow is preferred and a degree of shear is beneficial to the overall process result. This design is ideal for breaking agglomerates and distributing solids within the mixing vessel.
Radial BladeMixquip Radial impeller is used for high intensity mixing applications where gas dispersion or solids suspension is required. Flow patter requires multiple impellers for some tank geometry as the mixing effect lies in the shear zone of the radial outflow. Low flooding limit coupled with high power numbers makes this impeller application specific.
DisperserMixquip HSD Blades impart high shear and are used for fine grinding of solids and especially difficult to disperse pigments. The high rotational speeds ensure product moves in an outward flow over blade to the teeth where solids are broken into increasingly smaller particles. Varying blade configurations are used to achieve a range of flow/shear combinations.