jet mixer

jet mixer

[′jet ′mik·sər]
(mechanical engineering)
A type of flow mixer or line mixer, depending on impingement of one liquid on the other to produce mixing.
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It also allows for the use of an upgraded version of FoundOcean's Recirculating Jet Mixer (RJM).
Combined with Alfa Laval's revolutionary Rotary Jet Mixer, the new UltraPure Magnetic Mixer forms one of the most innovative and efficient tank mixing ranges currently available.
The C-Type Jet Mixer is an enhanced sanitary solution to the issues of in-tank agitation.
Rapid yielding can be achieved by addition through a high shear jet mixer usually over one cycle of the volume.
The YTRON Jet Mixer improves finished quality, eliminates stratification in tanks and assures homogeneity in the shortest period of time without over-shearing products.
Alfa Laval's new Rotary Jet Mixer Iso-Mix (RJM) provides fast, efficient and economical mixing of powders and fluids within tanks and other storage vessels.
Venturi jet mixer invented by Eric Halliburton in 1924 to rapidly mix a continuous supply of cementitious grout for cementing oil wells is an evolution of the idea of using simple in-line static mixer obtaining excellent mixing performances [2,3].
This includes the Ytron Y Directed Jet Mixer, which is used in many applications within the food, dairy, and beverage industries for homogeneous air-free mixing.
Powder dissolving jet mixer has no moving parts and features a double venturi that homogeneously mixes liquids and powders without forming foam.
The YTRON[R] Jet mixer shortens process times, improves finished quality, eliminates cross-contamination of solutions, and improves process area atmosphere by decreasing dusting.