mixing system Articles

  • Ketchup manufacturer replaces stirred tanks with static mixer

    Over twenty years ago Hunt Wesson (ConAgra) installed the Komax static mixers in all of their plants in North America. The first Komax installation was in Hunt Wesson"s Southern California plant. One 4 inch diameter Komax Ketchup mixing system out produced fifteen 5000 lb stirred tanks that were used for their daily production. Two months after installation Komax added a short flanged tube ...


    By Komax Systems, Inc.

  • Dosage of concrete mixtures control system - concrete sack- a factory for the production of concrete mixtures - Case Study

    This project involves three separate weighing and mixing systems according to customer needs. The first system - for aggregates up to a ton in one kg lots. Second system - sand and cement up to a ton and accuracy of 100 grams. The third system - up to 100 kg for sorting with accuracy up to 0.1 g. The three systems work in coordination with other dosage systems - up to ...


    By CrystalVision Ltd.

  • Oxidative treatment of fentanyl compounds in water by sodium bromate combined with sodium sulphite

    As narcotic analgesics, fentanyl compounds have been commonly produced and widely used during surgical procedures. The residual and waste of fentanyl compounds have potential harmful impacts on the environment and human health. The oxidative degradation of fentanyl compounds by sodium bromate mixed systems was studied. Factors influencing the oxidation reaction, including molar ratio of ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Optimization of gasoline with ethanol blending

    Interest to alcohols is caused by a ratio between their prime cost and their useful properties as gasoline components,  be more specific their ability to increase octane number. As the component to fuels ethanol represents better interest, than methanol as it is better dissolved in hydrocarbons and is less hygroscopic. It was set that the additive of 5% of ethanol to gasoline doesn’t ...

  • High firmness of synthetic blend oil

    Opening of organic synthesis process, combination of key products for production of almost unlimited set of sorts of plastic, microfilms, synthetic fabrics and liquids became one of the changed patterns of our century inventions. Development of synthetic oil became one of by-products of these processes. For getting this lubricant oils, operable temperatures in a wide interval, and also ...

  • High firmness of synthetic blend oil

    Opening of organic synthesis process, combination of key products for production of almost unlimited set of sorts of plastic, microfilms, synthetic fabrics and liquids became one of the changed patterns of our century inventions. Development of synthetic oil became one of by-products of these processes. For getting this lubricant oils, operable temperatures in a wide interval, and also ...

  • Hydrodynamic additive mixing is defined by hashing of molecules

    Additives and components dissolution in liquids are explained by hashing of molecules of different substances and grades. It is essential that the volume of a mix can differ from the sum of volumes of unmixed substances that testifies various compactness of molecular systems. So, at mixture of 100 cm of water and 100 cm of alcohol turn out to a total of 196 cm of a mix: in a mix of a molecule ...

  • Characterization of Concentrated Dispersions with Several Dispersed Phases by Means of Acoustic Spectroscopy

    Acoustic attenuation spectroscopy can characterize the particle size distribution (PSD) of mixed concentrated dispersions, i.e., systems having more than one dispersed phase. In this paper, we will suggest two models that can be particularly helpful for describing such mixed dispersions. The first “multiphase” model assumes that we can represent the PSD of a real-world dispersion as a sum of ...


    By Dispersion Technology Inc.

  • Hydrodynamic additive mixing is defined by hashing of molecules

    Additives and components dissolution in liquids are explained by hashing of molecules of different substances and grades. It is essential that the volume of a mix can differ from the sum of volumes of unmixed substances that testifies various compactness of molecular systems. So, at mixture of 100 cm of water and 100 cm of alcohol turn out to a total of 196 cm of a mix: in a mix of a molecule ...

  • Continuous level measurement of ink & silicon case study

    MonoScan provides a reliable and accurate continuous level indication of ink & silicon mixture, in one of Italy's leading supplier of process machinery. Enrico Molteni S.R.L, located in the area of Milan, is one of Italy's leading manufacturers of mixing and dispersion systems for the process industry. These systems contain all the equipment required to ensure their ...

  • Coagulant mixing revisited: theory and practice

    Are rapid-mixing tanks with intense mixing necessary? Intense mixing applies to the coagulation mechanism of charge-neutralization of negatively-charged particles, but this is not a common coagulation method. More common is precipitation of aluminum or iron for coagulation of particles and natural organic matter, which is often called sweep-floc coagulation. Coagulation by precipitation is ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Continuous mixing systems for the production of pharmaceutical tablets and granulates

    The Process Analytical Technology initiative demands the implementation of in-process monitoring systems and controls along with the mixing process. Gericke has developed continuous mixing and metering systems that meet the stipulated accuracy and the highest hygienic requirements. Own testing and model calculations demonstrate that their efficiency is determined not only by ...


    By Gericke AG

  • Feasibility of in-line coagulation as a pretreatment for ceramic microfiltration to remove viruses

    The feasibility of in-line coagulation as a pretreatment for ceramic microfiltration (MF) was verified by comparing its efficiency in the removal of viruses with that of the traditional mechanical mixing approach for coagulation, and by examining the effect of coagulant dose and coagulation time on virus removal. The in-line coagulation–ceramic MF system efficiently removed bacteriophage Qβ and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Ely, Nevada; Jet Aeration & Jet Mixing - Case Study

    The city of Ely installed a Fluidyne Jet Aeration/Mixing system in May 2012. The City of Ely has a population of around 4,300 and is in White Pine County of Nevada. The city runs an Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) system and Fluidyne is responsible for the odor control in the sludge holding tanks. The plant average flow is 1.5 MGD. Client: City of Ely, Nevada ...


    By Fluidyne Corporation

  • Remediation of phenanthrene contaminated soils by nonionic–anionic surfactant washing coupled with activated carbon adsorption

    Batch experiments were conducted to investigate the performance of nonionic–anionic mixed surfactants and their recovery through activated carbon. The solubilization capabilities of mixed surfactants toward phenanthrene (PHE) were reduced by addition of anionic surfactant to the mixed systems. Results showed that sorption of Triton X-100 (TX100) onto soil decreased with increasing mass ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Importance of synthetic blend oil change

    All synthetic oils are producing using chemical synthesis process, reaches high homogeneity of a product and maximum chemical and thermal stability of properties. Uses of expensive and difficult technologies and components, with use of expensive source of raw materials are set the higher cost of oil. Synthetic and mineral oils are different from each other by a structure of a molecular basis. In ...

  • Restoration of Active Anaerobic Digestion in Charleston, West Virginia

    The upgrade to the Charleston, West Virginia wastewater treatment plant is a 50-million dollar project that is being conducted in two phases. The first phase of the project included specific unit processes at the plant that were failing or causing significant operational impairments. This first phase included the emergency renovation of four (4) existing anaerobic digesters that at the onset of ...

  • Finding Breathing Room - New aeration/mixing system manages tight nutrient limits, tight footprint

    Problem: Not enough capacity and an inability to meet stringent effluent limits for phosphorus. Solution: Installing combined mixing and aeration technology, as well as an automated control system. Aeration Industries International's Tri-Oval system enabled the city of Heyburn, ID to meet tight effluent requirements and increased loading on a small footprint and ...

  • Relativistic electrodynamics Lagrangian and Hamiltonian for particle accelerators

    A Lagrangian L of a dynamical system is a function that summarises the dynamics of the system (Goldstein et al., 2002). If the Lagrangian of a system is known, then the equations of motion of the system may be obtained by its direct substitution into the Euler-Lagrange equation. One important advantage of the Lagrange formulation of dynamical systems is that the formulation is not tied to any ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Additive blending improves fuel quality

    Fuel additive is substance which is added to fuel (to gasoline, kerosene, diesel and so on) for improvement of their properties. Depending on the quality of initial fuel, function, property and efficiency of additives, their combinations in a commodity product are various. The components content in fuel varies from 2 to 20% depends from the weight. Modern motor fuels made from basic fuel with ...

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