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Batch High Shear Dispersing Emulsifier FAE Series


Batch High Shear Dispersing Emulsifier FAE Series

General description

Super strong high shear force, generated by specially designed stator/rotor system, can rapidly reduce liquid particle sizes, and thus produce more stable emulsions and more uniform dispersions. Full series of equipments, from lab, pilot to mass production scales, can satisfy different installation and various non-standard requirements.

Working Principle

High shear dispersing and emulsifying is to efficiently, rapidly and uniformly distribute one or several phases into another continuous phase, while normally these phases are immiscible. The high tangential velocity produced by high speed rotor, and the strong kinetic energy produced by high frequency mechanical effect, can make materials subjected to intense mechanical and hydraulic shear, centrifugal squeezing, liquid layer friction, tearing, impacting, turbulence and other synthetic actions in narrow clearance between stator and rotor. Consequently, combined with mature processes and suitable additives, immiscible solid, liquid and gas phases can be dispersed and emulsified instantly. High frequency circulations will finally result in high quality and constant end products.

Unit pictures

Model-selection Table

Model Motor power(kW) Rotation speed(rpm) A C D E F n-d Working capacity(L)
FAE100 2.2 2.2 120 150 210 250 168 8-M16 30-100
FAE120 4 4 140 150 235 285 190 8-M20 100-300
FAE140 7.5 7.5 160 150 280 320 190 8-M20 200-1000
FAE160 11 11 180 160 320 370 200 8-M20 300-2000
FAE180 18.5 18.5 180 180 320 370 240 8-M20 800-3000
FAE200 22 22 220 180 350 395 240 8-M20 800-4000
FAE220 30 30 280 190 550 595 300 16-M20 1000-5000
FAE240 37 37 280 190 550 595 300 16-M20 1500-6000
FAE90 1.5 1.5 105 100 170 205 / 6-M12 5-50
  • The maximum working capacities in above table are based on medium as water.
  • For high viscosity and high solid content materials, inline high shear dispersing emulsifiers are recommended to work together.
  • For special working conditions, such as high temperature and pressure, flammable, explosive or corrosive conditions, please provide detailed data.
  • FLUKO reserves the rights to change the specifications without announcement.

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