Micro Ψ-Mix® Laboratory Inline Disperser

Innovative Dispersion Technology – simultaneous Dispersion and De-aeration

General

The Micro Ψ-Mix® is the laboratory-scale version of the proven Ψ-Mix® Inline Disperser designed for pilot plants and small batches. Homogeneous, fine dispersions with exactly reproducible quality are achieved within a controlled process in the Micro Ψ-Mix®. It combines a new energy-saving dispersing method with emission-free inline operation. Powdered solids are wetted with liquid components under vacuum and micro-cavitation. 
It is possible to process both low and high viscosity suspensions – even those that can barely be pumped – from the entire range of applications for dispersing technology.

The Micro Ψ-Mix® shows its true strength when processing products

  • with a high solids content
  • with a low solids content in large liquid batches
  • with solids that are difficult to wet
  • with extremely fine solids

Technique

  • The machine runs in an enclosed system in batch operation, with solids and liquids combined inline
  • Dry-run protection
  • Automatic operation via PLC and frequency inverter
  • Swivel device separates wet and dry areas for the fastest possible maintenance times
  • Smooth surfaces, all peripheral components are housed in the base of the machine
  • Customization of the dosing speed via vacuum reduction and power adjustment
  • De-aeration in the thin film process
  • Low sensitivity to foreign substances
  • Mechanical seal with safety functions
  • Cooled processing zone
  • Dry area protected from flooding
  • Error messages displayed on the control panel
Micro Psi-MIX Laboratory Inline Disperser - combination of a new energy-saving dispersing method and emission-free inline operation

Applications

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Literature

Brochure

Brochure

With the NETZSCH Ψ-Mix® Inline-Disperser you achieve optimal wetting of dusty solids in liquid components.

Brochure

NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH offers mixing, kneading and dispersing machines for low- to high-viscosity products as well as a variety of wet-grinding units for reduction into the nanometer range, tailor-made for each application. When it comes to the processing of dry products by cutting, fine grinding or fine classification, you will find a wealth of experience and an equally varied program of fine-impact mills, classifier and jet mills as well as fine-cutting mills and high-performance fine classifiers.

Application literature

Application literature

For as long as man has attempted to mix solids with liquids, he has struggled to avoid an annoying, if not wholly unacceptable, byproduct – lumps, or more scientifically, agglomerates. In the case of a single serving of a food product, as in your morning coffee when you add powdered creamer, these agglomerates may be merely objectionable.

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