Mixing Expertise

Difficult Mixtures

Mixing is a form of science and art. Sometimes it may not be just increasing to the maximum RPM to achieve the best and fastest mixing results. If it is the case, there will not be a demand/requirement for Visco Jet.

Some mixtures are inherently difficult because of:

  • sensitivity to air, moisture, gas atmosphere, temperature change
  • sensitive to shearing, cavitation
  • reaction occurs in and out between two or more solvents
  • reaction dynamics such as reaction temperature, pressure, etc.
  • presence of solid content from low to medium percentage
  • limitation cause by reaction vessel, such as square or odd shape
  • viscous mixture
  • non-Newtonian mixtures

Energy Efficiency and Lowering Carbon Footprint

At many industrial processes, the mixing task involves a lot or energy from:

  • heating or cooling the mixture
  • operating the agitator motor
  • long duration of mixing

Any reduction from the manufacturing and mixing process, the plant will be able to increase the energy efficiency and reduce the carbon footprint. We’ve worked with many clients on their projects (startup to established industrial veterans). The best way to understand the mixing process is by trying. Through mixing trials, we are able to advice the ideal mixing sequence, mixing revolutions per minute (RPM). Usually our clients will be surprise by the energy saved!

Agitation / Mixing Expertise

We have helped many clients, researchers, start-ups improve their mixing task. Many were skeptical because Visco Jet is not something they have encountered. If your mixing task is better-off using other mixing system, we will recommend so. Not all mixing task are suitable for Visco Jet. Only way is to contact us to find out more.

Some of the benefits we have delivered:

  • faster reaction time
  • reduction of RPM and as a result energy consumption and carbon footprint
  • reduction of solvent loss from the mixing process
  • particles (nano particles to fruit bits) stay intact
  • improved product quality
  • stirring up sediments from bottom corners of vessels (circular as well cubic)
  • keeping solid content suspended
  • reducing number of steps and vessels required
  • mixing of product in transportation containment such as ISO tank or IBC tank