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  • Industrial Chemical Agitator
  • Industrial Chemical Agitator
  • Industrial Chemical Agitator
Industrial Chemical Agitator

Industrial Chemical Agitator

Rs 25,000  / PieceGet Best Price
Capacity(Litre)600 L
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Materialyes
Voltageyes
1245000
Country of OriginMade in India

A chemical agitator, also known as a mixer or mixing equipment, is a device used in various industries and laboratory settings to blend, mix, or agitate chemicals or other substances. It's a crucial tool in processes involving liquids, slurries, or powders, where thorough mixing is essential for achieving desired results. Chemical agitators come in a variety of designs and configurations to suit different applications and requirements. Here are some key components and types:

  1. Agitator Shaft: The agitator shaft is the central component of the mixing equipment. It extends into the vessel containing the chemicals and is responsible for transmitting power to the mixing elements.

  2. Mixing Elements: These are the components attached to the agitator shaft that actually do the mixing. They come in various forms, including blades, paddles, propellers, turbines, impellers, or augers. The choice of mixing element depends on factors such as the viscosity of the substances being mixed, the desired mixing intensity, and the type of mixing required (e.g., blending, dispersion, suspension).

  3. Drive Mechanism: The drive mechanism provides the power to rotate the agitator shaft and the mixing elements. It can be powered by electric motors, pneumatic systems, or hydraulic systems, depending on the specific application and requirements.

  4. Vessel: The vessel, also known as the mixing tank or reactor, contains the chemicals or substances to be mixed. It can be made of various materials such as stainless steel, glass, or plastic, depending on factors such as the corrosiveness of the chemicals, temperature requirements, and desired durability.

  5. Controls: Many modern chemical agitators come with advanced control systems that allow operators to adjust parameters such as mixing speed, mixing time, and mixing intensity. Some may also include features like temperature control, pressure control, and programmable mixing profiles.

Chemical agitators find applications in a wide range of industries, including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, food and beverage, cosmetics, wastewater treatment, and biotechnology. They are used for tasks such as blending ingredients, dissolving solids, emulsifying liquids, suspending particles, promoting chemical reactions, and maintaining homogeneity in mixtures. The design and selection of a chemical agitator depend on factors such as the properties of the substances being mixed, the scale of the operation, and the desired mixing outcomes.

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