Home » Emulsifying Machine & Homogenizer » How Does the WRL High Shear Emulsifying Machine Work?

How Does the WRL High Shear Emulsifying Machine Work?

The high shear emulsifying machine (mixer) is a mixing machine used for dispersing, mixing, shearing and homogenizing all kinds of viscous liquid and pastes. The liquid or paste cannot dissolve with each other at the first beginning. But under the high shear function of this machine, the liquids could be homogenized mixed into high quality steady product. It is widely used in food, beverage, chemical, pharmaceutical, paint & ink industry and other industrial fields.

The unit consists of a centrally located shaft, connected to a flagged type motor mounted on a steel housing. It operates with simple working principle that distributes the liquid from one phase or several phases to another continue phases. Generally, the phases cannot dissolve with each other. With the help of advanced techniques and proper additives, high tangent speed and strong kinetic energy generated by high speed rotary rotor and mechanical effects can lead to instant, equally, subtly and dispersed emulsification of solid phase, liquid phase and gas phase. After high frequency reciprocating circulation you will get high quality steady mixing product.

 

This article talks about how the WRL High Shear Emulsifying Machine works.

 

Following diagram will help you understand how the machine works, and how the machine parts function.

 

This article talks about how the WRL High Shear Emulsifying Machine works.

 

Share this:
Loading Likes...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *