The microfluidifier maximizes the energy fluid per unit volume, resulting in uniform submicronic particles and droplet sizes. Easy to use it can process a wide variety of fluids ranging from simple oil emulsions in water to highly abrasive solid-in-liquid suspensions.
SECTORS OF USE:
Pharmaceutical, chemical, cosmetics, food, dietary, medical devices, manufacturing.
Each M-210EH series machine contains an on-board 15 horsepower electric-hydraulic module that provides power to a double-acting intensifier pump. The intensifier pump amplifies the hydraulic pressure and, in turn, imparts that pressure to the product stream. Process pressures ranging from 2,500 up to 30,000 psi may be selected with the simple turn of a knob. The intensifier pump is designed to supply the desired pressure at a constant rate to the product stream. As the pump travels in one direction, it drives the product at constant pressure through the interaction chamber. Within the chamber are specially designed fixed geometry micro-channels through which the product accelerates to high velocities, creating shear and impact forces as the product stream impinges upon itself and on wear-resistant surfaces, bringing about the desired results. As the intensifier pump continues its travel in one direction, a series of check valves allow product to be drawn into the opposite end of the pump. As the intensifier pump completes its stroke, it reverses direction and the new volume of product is pressurized repeating the process. This creates a constant flow of product at near constant pressure through the interaction chamber. Upon exiting the interaction chamber, the product may be directed through an optional heat exchanger, recirculated through the system for further processing or directed externally to the next step in the process, bringing about the desired results.
Year of construction: 1996
Length mm 2555
Width mm 900
Height mm 2000
Net weight Kg 400