Optimal Particle Size Reduction
When dispersing powders where a degree of particle size reduction is required, best results can be obtained by adding the powder to the smallest possible volume of liquid. This focuses the mixer’s energy on dispersing and milling the powder rather than moving the full volume of the batch, and the concentration of powder provides attrition which accelerates the reduction of particle size. Once the required particle size is achieved the remaining liquid can be rapidly blended into the mix using the Silverson mixer.
- Gums & Thickeners – How to Avoid Agglomerates
- Blending Liquids of High and Low Viscosity
- Optimal Particle Size Reduction
- Efficient Emulsion Preparation
- Need to Increase Production, but Limited on Space and Budget?
- Maximize the Efficiency of Your Milling Process
- Improve the Performance of Your High-Pressure Homogenizer
- Trouble Scaling Up from the Laboratory to Full Production?
- Looking to Eliminate Aeration from Your Mixing Process?
- Dispersing Powders without the Need to Premix
- Accelerate Your Solubilization Process with a Silverson In-Line Mixer
- Optimized Order of Ingredient Addition