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What is the core component of the high-speed dispersion homogenizing emulsifier


Release time:

2019-07-29

The core element of the high-speed dispersing and homogenizing emulsifier is a pair of intermeshing rotor and stator. The periphery of the rotator is provided with the same number of slender cuts. When the rotor rotates at high speed, a large centrifugal force is generated, which causes the material to be processed to be ejected from the elongated slits (slits) of the rotor. And under the joint action of the stator, the material to be processed is subjected to two forces: the positive force that forces it through the slit and the resistance that prevents it from passing. Repeating this process at high speed will inevitably produce high-frequency pressure waves. At the same time, when the processed material is ejected from the slit, it is also subjected to the shearing effect of the slit, as well as the relative movement of the rotating stator.

high speed dispersionHomogenizing emulsifying machineThe core element is a pair of intermeshing rotor and stator. The periphery of the rotator is provided with the same number of slender cuts. When the rotor rotates at high speed, a large centrifugal force is generated, which causes the material to be processed to be ejected from the elongated slits (slits) of the rotor. And under the joint action of the stator, the material to be processed is subjected to two forces: the positive force that forces it through the slit and the resistance that prevents it from passing. Repeating this process at high speed will inevitably produce high-frequency pressure waves. At the same time, when the processed material is ejected from the slit, it is also subjected to the shearing action of the slit and the rotating shear force generated by the relative movement of the rotating stator.

To sum up, the processed material produces repeated compression and expansion effects under the action of high-frequency pressure waves, and at the same time is strongly affected by slit shear force and gyratory shear force, so that the processed material has a strong dispersion, emulsification and homogenization effect.