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Triple Action Static Mixer

Triple Action Static Mixer

The Komax, Triple Action Mixer gives you the highest level of mixing of any static mixer.

Triple Action Static Mixer

The mixers feature very high mixing efficiency with short mixing length. The Komax Triple Action Mixer is motionless and gives high efficiency through triple action mixing.

This static mixer is designed for use where additives to the main pipeline flow have already been added upstream of the mixer. There is a simple three-step design procedure, which is shown below and allows the rapid choice of:

  1. Line size
  2. Number of mixing elements
  3. Pressure drop

These mixers can be supplied with two, three or four mixing elements and materials of construction include carbon steel, 316 stainless steel, PVC and fibreglass.

The Triple Action Mixer also includes a unique flow straightener which is built into each mixer to eradicate any downstream centrifugal effects, allowing sensing probes to be located directly downstream of the unit.

It is possible to purchase custom configurations of the Komax Triple Action Mixer which include multiple ports, different end fittings including grooved and plain ends, and different style mixing elements.

Interested? Get in touch with us here or call +44 (0)1932 732340 and we will be happy to help answer your questions and provide you with further information.

Advantages Of The Triple Action Mixer

Two by Two Division 

KOMAX mixers divide and re-divide the process stream with a series of elements set at right angles to each other. Each element doubles the number of previous divisions. Twenty elements produce over a million divisions and re-combinations.

Cross Current Mixing 

Special cavities randomise the distribution of material by DIRECT STREAM IMPINGEMENT. This enhances and optimises the two-by-two division process to make it truly effective.

Counter-Rotating Vortices & Back-Mixing 

Under turbulent flow, both sides of each KOMAX element produce elliptical vortices rotating in opposite directions. This eliminates the streaming or tunnelling effects associated with early static mixer designs. In addition, an optimum degree of BACK-MIXING occurs as material is orbited in the vortex from the front to the back of an element before continuing downstream. This produces a substantial improvement in mixing efficiency.

Use the following three simple steps to solve most turbulent flow mixing problems

  • Calculate the Reynolds number Re from Re = 3157QS/µD, and velocity from V = .408Q/D2 feet/sec. where Q = flow rate in US gpm, S = specific gravity, µ = viscosity in cp, and D = pipe inside diameter in inches.
  • Enter the first graph at the calculated velocity, and move up to the calculated Reynolds number region. Now, move horizontally to the left and read the required number of elements. Round to the nearest upper number.
  • Enter the next graph at the velocity value and move up to the line corresponding to the number elements. Move horizontally left to read the basic pressure drop. Correct for specific gravity and viscosity.

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