If gauge pressure or vacuum is required in the process chamber, then gas-tight shaft seals and closure fittings are needed. Sometimes there are even further requirements:
amixon® has reliable solutions for precisely such requirements. We will be happy to demonstrate these to you in our pilot plant II!
Answer from amixon®: In this pilot plant, we improve classic solid chemistry processes. By this we mean the synthesis reaction and vacuum mixing/ drying. The aggregate states of the goods are gaseous, liquid and powdery. The dispersions are either dry, moist, wet or suspended.
Answer from amixon®: Yes, such mixer-synthesis reactors are also available in the amixon® technical centre. All parts in contact with the product are coated with a high-performance ceramic. Metallic abrasion is excluded during mixing/reacting/drying.
The mixer/reactor is both vacuum-tight and pressure-tight. The absolute pressure in the mixing chamber can vary from approx. 10 mbar to 6 bar. The mixed materials can be heated up to 340°C. The combination of these features is a novelty.
Answer from amixon®: No, unfortunately you can't. amixon GmbH has 34 different test mixers/ process machines. We cordially invite you to visit us in Paderborn. amixon® can perform particularly challenging process operations. The trials in our pilot plant will show good test results. A tour through our factory will show you our state-of-the-art production.
In the amixon® factory you will see excellent apparatus engineering, because we manufacture everything ourselves in our own factory. Only gearboxes and motors are bought in.
Answer from amixon®: Both systems are similarly efficient. They provide ideal mixing qualities that can no longer be improved in practice. The flat bottom system requires less vertical installation space.
The conical system is preferred when a synthesis or drying process causes extreme density differences, or when suspensions are evaporated. A process apparatus with a conical mixing chamber allows greatly varying degrees of filling. In addition, the conical apparatus can, if necessary, discharge completely if the end product is pourable and free-flowing.
Due to the design, the production of a flat-bottom system is somewhat less expensive. Some customers want to enter the apparatus for the purpose of inspection or cleaning. In this case, large flat-bottomed units are more convenient. Some dried agents are extremely lumpy, bridging and poorly flowing. Such products must be actively swept out of the mixing chamber with mixing tools. In such cases, the flat-bottomed apparatus is also preferable.