Conventional Agitator

Construction without stator and stator tube.
(conventional agitator)

Phase 1

Conventional agitator with air-entrainment and sedimentation

The predominantly radial movement move only a small portion of the solid particles.

Phase 2

Conventional agitator with air-entrainment and sedimentation

The solid particels are radially thrown against the wall of the vessel. They turn radially with the liquid and sedimentate in the center. A vortex sucks in enormous amounts of air, creating foam.

Phase 3

Conventional agitator with air-entrainment and sedimentation

The radial flow causes the components to separate. Because of this design, homogeneous mixing without air entrainment is impossible.

 

YTRON-Y directed jet mixing turbine

YTRON-Y directed jet mixing turbine
 

 

Phase 1

YTRON-Y Jet stream mixer homogenous mixing without air-entrainment and sedimentation

Immediately after starting YTRON-Y, sedimented solids are rapidly being re-suspended by the strong axial directed jet stream.

 

Phase 2

YTRON-Y Jet stream mixer homogenous mixing without air-entrainment and sedimentation

The solids are homogeneously suspended. Sedimentation and air entrainment are eliminated.

Phase 3

YTRON-Y Jet stream mixer homogenous mixing without air-entrainment and sedimentation

The stator, with integrated flow deflectors, creates a long, directed jet stream, without rotation, to the bottom of the container. The jet stream ensures that 

the product is completely homogenous.