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For such fluids the viscosity in mixing vessel can be determined by using the relation, proposed by Metzner and Otto (1957):
The mixing vessel (150 to 2000 liters) can be detached from the mixer and moved to a separate dosing or discharge station via roller cart, forklift, or hoist.
SURGIFOAM hemostatic powder comes in its own self-contained, sterile mixing vessel.
Silverson will feature a totally redesigned high shear bottom entry mixer designed to fit into the bottom or side of a mixing vessel.
According to Metzner and Otto [AIChE 49(3): 3(1957)], the power required to rotate an impeller in a mixing vessel can be expressed as a function of fluid properties and vessel geometry.
It provides detailed analysis of mixing vessel processes through an embedded and fully automated computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solver.
Mr David Parker, from Birmingham University's School of Physics and Astronomy, said: "We passed a stream of non-radioactive crisps continuously through an inlet into a mixing vessel.
Add all ingredients in a separate mixing vessel and heat to 75[degrees]C.
The air/oil lift system of this new model raise and lower the agitators from the mixing vessel.
The gentle blending is a result of low-rpm rotation of the mixing vessel, unlike stationary horizontal mixing vessels with rotating ribbon blades, plows or paddles that push through the material, increasing friction, degradation and heat build-up.
It consists of a cylindrical vessel and a horizontally-oriented mixing shaft that fills the entire mixing vessel with fluidized material, maximizing transfer rates while minimizing impact and degradation.
The basic unit consists of a cylindrical jacketed mixing vessel, which has a capacity to 5-L, depending on the agitator impeller type used.