Stirring Unit/Dilution Mixer

Stirring Unit/Dilution Mixer

by GRIESER 2018

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Stirring, homogenizing, agitation or aeration of liquids, solutions, paints and coatings or other low viscosity products, as well as dilution of granulates or chips in liquids.

Properties

Stirring units are ideal for the use in barrels, IBCs, containers or stationary mixing vessels up to 50,000 liters.

The stirring unit offers a compact and robust design that is available in all common motor sizes.

Depending on the product viscosity and engine power the agitator shaft is either directly connected to the motor or driven by a geared motor with a separate bearing hood.

In dependence of the mixing task and the product viscosity, different mixing tools are used:

  • Folding propeller for the use in IBCs
  • Anchor agitator for gentle, mostly tangential circulation
  • Blade agitator for gentle, tangential and radial circulation
  • Disk agitator for gentle or intense, predominantly radial circulation
  • Paddle agitator for gentle to intense, predominantly axial circulation
  • Propeller, turbine agitators or butterfly-mixing tools for gentle to intense, axial and radial circulation

Options and versions

  • Drive power according to product characteristics and batch size
  • Removable split mixing shaft
  • Removable mixing tools
  • Alternative rotation of the mixing shaft CW / CCW
  • Vacuum design with vacuum unit and vacuum control
  • One or two-armed wall scraper
  • Vessel dimensions according to requirements
  • Pressure vessels in accordance with AD2000, DGRL or ASME
  • Free arrangement of in- and outlet nozzles
  • Manhole / service openings
  • Automatic vessel cleaning system (CIP)
  • Integrated tempering system (Heating and/or cooling)
  • Heating coils, double jacket and/or double bottom
  • On feet or brackets for platform installation
  • Whole machine on weighing cells for dosing purpos
  • FDA, GMP or SIL compliant design
  • Explosion protection according to ATEX
  • Digital pressure, temperature, speed and/or electrical power measurement
  • Automatic speed reduction control
  • Oxygen or gas measurement monitoring systems
  • Flow and level measurement systems including control
  • Hard-wired relais control (VPS), compact controller or programmable logic controller (SPS)
  • Automatic mixing sequences with variable time, speed and vacuum setting
  • Recipe management and dosing control
  • Batch related logging of operational, process and production data
  • Touch screen panel with process visualization
  • Remote maintenance and diagnostics
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