What is the working principle of the mixer? - chinantd



What is the working principle of the mixer?


Today, let’s talk about the working principle of the mixer. It mainly includes various types of mixers which are widely used in the market at present, including gravity-free mixer, plough mixer, double spiral cone mixer, screw mixer and so on.

Working Principle of Gravity-Free Mixer

The non-gravity mixer is equipped with two parallel blade axes which rotate outward in opposite direction at the same time. Each axle is equipped with a cross blade. Under the synchronous action of the driving device, the trajectories of the two cross blade axes intersect and engage in dislocation. The driving device drives the blade axis to rotate rapidly, and the rotating blade produces centrifugal force. The material is effectively thrown over the barrel to reach the parabolic maximum point and then falls down. The material is driven by the blade again and again in the barrel, and is mixed, sheared and separated by the meshing space of the two axes, which results in the material mixing evenly and rapidly.

Working Principle of Plough Mixer

Plough knife mixer is a single-axis forced mixing equipment. There are several groups of plough knife mixers installed on the spindle, and they are installed continuously in dislocation. The dead angle of mixing is avoided in structure. When running, there is an uninterrupted eddy centrifugal force. The dislocated plough knife is continuously stirred, and the eddy centrifugal material flow is constantly overlapping and scattering, resulting in material boiling and convection circulation in parallel, which is fast. Mix the material. The agglomerated materials, such as fibers or wet agglomerated and liquid-added agglomerated powder, are dispersed and separated by means of a high-speed flying knife installed in the plough mixer, combined with the convective circulation formed when the plough mixer stirs the materials. The high-speed flying knife is installed at a 45 degree downward angle of the cylinder side of the plough mixer, and the knife head is extended into the cylinder. When mixing, the material is driven to the effective range of the flying knife by the plough knife, and is sheared by the flying knife at high speed.