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.
The radial flow causes the components to separate. Because of this design, homogeneous mixing without air entrainment is impossible.
Immediately after starting YTRON-Y, sedimented solids are rapidly being re-suspended by the strong axial directed jet stream.
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.