Static mixers are devices that mix different fluids together.
They can be produced in a wide range of materials, although in most cases these instruments are made of polymer or metal.
In general, when we speak of static mixers, we are referring to in-line instruments consisting of blades that are inserted into a mixing tube.
Although the blades usually form ‘intertwined’ or helical structures, the number and type of blades in the mixers changes depending on the process requirements and the plant’s characteristics.
In any case, when the fluids conveyed in to the pipe encounter these fixed elements, they undergo sudden changes in direction. As a result, the two fluids meet each other and mix.
The effectiveness of mixing increases in proportion to with the number of elements making up the static mixers. It also depends on the size of the duct and the fluid-dynamic properties of the fluids, including viscosity.
TECNIPLANT static mixers can be supplied either as a simple unit or equipped with flanges with multiple injectors and sampling points mounted in curves or sections.
Below, you can discover the characteristic elements of the TECNIPLANT static mixer line:
We have dedicated this area to the main fields of application for TECNIPLANT solutions dedicated to fluid mixing.
In fact, the following list provides a general overview of the application markets for our static mixers:
This section contains all the technical information relevant to TECNIPLANT static mixers.
We wanted to dedicate this area to the functional aspects of our solutions, which is why we have grouped together the functional drawings of TECNIPLANT static mixers and made them usable.