IN-LINE (STATIC) MIXER

SIMPLE YET EFFECTIVE MIXING

A static mixer has no moving parts and works extremely well in creating emulsions, stable suspensions of one liquid in a second immiscible liquid. Static mixers create stable emulsions because they reduce the particles to a smaller size so they stay together in a stronger bond for a longer period of time. In general, static mixers work by dividing streams of ingredients that need to be mixed. The ingredient stream typically is forced through the static mixer by a pump. The ingredients then are split into substreams as they are forced through the mixer. These substreams then are recombined and divided once again. This process might be repeated numerous times.

schematic diagram of static mixer by WRS

Model DN D (mm) L1 (mm) L2 (mm) Flow (m3/h) Connection
SK68615 DN15 20 252 156 0.4 – 1 Socket, Thread or Flange
SK68620 DN20 25 330 225 0.6 – 1.8
SK68625 DN25 32 420 292 1 – 3.2
SK68632 DN32 40 195 336 1.4 – 6
SK68640 DN40 50 565 406 2.2 – 10
SK68650 DN50 63 695 497 3.5 – 20
SK68665 DN65 75 900 642 10 – 60
SK68680 DN80 90 880 770 15 – 80
SK686100 DN100 110 990 850 30 – 120

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