How the Vacuum Mixer Homogenizer Works
The Ross Turboemulsifier consists of a counter-rotating turbine and a high speed rotor/stator. The rotor stator head is positioned in the bottom center of the mix vessel to enable its use with very small volumes of material. During the mixing operation the outer turbine rotates clockwise and moves materials off the vessel wall and upwards. The inner blades rotate counter clockwise and move material downward and into the high speed homogenizing head. The Turboemulsifier is manufactured in many sizes from 10 through 4000 Liters capacity. Each machine is built for pressure and full vacuum operation, entirely in polished stainless steel surfaces. The Turboemulsifier is used extensively in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries for the mixing of viscous materials. This processor is ideal for homogenizing, emulsifying, dispersion and particle size reduction. Typical applications include, antacids, biopolymers, collagen solutions, dental composites, gelatin compounds, gels, and transdermal patches.