Process industries cannot do without mixing, which is one of their most common operations. Fluid rheology has a significant part to play in the mixing process by regulating the mechanics of fluid in the method. This makes it very difficult to design mixing systems that can be used universally.
In terms of productivity and efficiency, the MAXBLEND is a superior mixing reactor in a wide range of functional areas. It is an efficient power consumer, consuming nearly half the power a conventional mixing reactor would. This saves a tremendous amount of energy and cuts down costs. Another quality of it, which signifies its potency is its multi-purpose functionality. It is able to take on far more tasks than the traditional mixing reactors can.
The mixing time of the mixing vessel is significantly lower than other reactors, which can be mixed even while the mixing volume in it is higher. The flow model demonstrated by the MAXBLEND is sustained efficiently irrespective of the liquids height. This means equally distributed, thorough mixing at higher volumes, which can increase levels of productivity.
Its waste is negligible in comparison to other reactors. Less waste means a more efficient system with possible lower waste removal costs. It employs a highly effective mechanism of heat transfer. The duration of mixing done by the vessel is efficiently reduced, thereby generating an increased output of final mixed product in comparison to a conventional reactor.
The mixing vessel is easily able to handle highly demanding industrial operations at any level of liquid. It is able to manage easily various substances of varying viscosity. It is a superior machine in terms of its technical advancements; power utility; high product yield all at lower time. The MAXBLEND is a truly advanced mixing reactor which has superseded all others in different areas of productivity and functionality.