Fill the mixing tank with liquid, the emulsifier starts the motor, and its shaft drives the turbine to rotate. At this time, the lower inlet of the stator head of different functions of the vacuum homogenizing emulsifier forms an upward suction force to make the material enter the homogenizing head. The material is subjected to high-speed impact, extrusion, shearing and friction for the first time in the homogenizing head. During the horizontal injection through the special hole of the stator, the material is subjected to the second high-speed impact, squeeze and shear. The horizontally jetted stream produces radial flow and axial movement in the homogeneous mixing tank, at which time the material is subjected to a third impact. Vacuum homogenizing emulsifiers, due to the mutual impact and pushing of the dual-flow mold, and cross-mixing and shearing with the radial flow, make the fluid in the mixing tank produce a random vortex.
When people perform mixing operations, the first thing that comes to mind is the traditional mixing method, which is simple and intuitive, but the efficiency of mixing is often not very high, and the dispersion technology is not, and Ohno vacuum homogenization emulsification machine can break the liquid phase or solid phase It becomes extremely small particles, and then dispersed into a continuous liquid medium to form a uniform and stable mixture. The energy introduced into the medium is 1000 times that of stirring, so it often takes only a few minutes, or even a few seconds.
differs from the traditional mixing theory in that it has a relatively high speed and a small impeller. It is designed with a new concept of small impeller and high speed. The diameter of the impeller is only 1/10～1/75 of the diameter of the mixing tank. In addition to general convection, the vacuum homogenizing emulsifier also has impact, extrusion, shearing and friction. The precise cooperation of the rotor and stator ensures that the material can withstand hundreds of thousands of shears per minute. Therefore, it can quickly crush the particles in the material to submicron fineness in a very short time.