The structure of the Double stirred reactor and its application range

- Oct 15, 2018-

The double stirred reactor consists of two independent coaxial mixers, wherein the coaxial mixer is mainly composed of a main and auxiliary motor, a cycloid reducer, a worm reducer, a container, a frame agitator, an inner turbine agitator and the like. The difference between the MGR Coaxial Emulsifier and the MGB Coaxial Agitator is that the mixer replaces the inner turbine agitator with a high shear emulsification head to suit systems with strong dispersion and emulsification requirements.


Double-stirred reactor The external frame stirrer of the coaxial mixer is a low-speed, near-wall pusher. It is connected to the motor through a hollow shaft drive mechanism. The pusher is provided with multiple sets of horizontal angled baffles for high, medium and The macro-mixing of low-viscosity media plays a role in enhancing heat transfer.


The internal quick multi-layer turbine agitator or emulsification head of the double stirred reactor is very suitable for the dispersion of various materials. The complementarity of the two types of paddles determines that the MG series coaxial mixer has the solubility, dispersion and reaction suitable for various materials. Complex processes such as emulsification and coacervation are widely used in petrochemical, pesticide, fine chemical, polymer polymerization, pharmaceutical, food, cosmetics, dyes, coatings, water treatment and other industries.