The difference between vacuum emulsifier and colloid mill

- Feb 08, 2021-

Both colloid mill and vacuum emulsifier can produce equipment for shearing, emulsifying, dispersing and mixing materials, so many customers will compare colloid mill with vacuum emulsifier, but in fact, colloid mill and vacuum emulsifier are two principles. Equipment with completely different structures and effects

The colloid mill is a kind of grinding equipment, the structure is very simple and simple, so the maintenance is also very convenient. The colloid mill is suitable for materials with higher viscosity and larger particles. The working principle of the colloid mill is that the motor drives the rotor and the stator to rotate at a relatively high speed. When the processed material passes through the gap between the stator and the rotor, it is subjected to physical effects such as large shearing force, frictional force, and high-frequency vibration. The material is effectively emulsified, dispersed and crushed to achieve the effect of superfine crushing and emulsification of the material.

The homogenizer is to process the oil, water, emulsifier and other liquid materials through high pressure and high speed shearing to form uniform oil-water phase or water-oil phase small particles. Generally used for ice cream production, flavor production, chemical industry and other liquids with oil and water , Emulsifier and other components must be used equipment. The principle of the vacuum emulsifier is that the material passes through the shearing, compression, and folding of the mixing blade to make it mix and then flows down to the homogenizer. The material passes through the high-speed rotating homogenizer rotor and stator to produce strong A series of processes such as shearing, impact and turbulence are quickly broken into particles. Because the vacuum emulsifier is in a vacuum state, the material will not produce bubbles during the mixing process