Homogenising with Cavitron Machines

Cavitron rotor-stator systems operate on the basis of shearing and crushing particles at high speed and through narrow gaps.

When the material flows through the narrow gap between the rotor and stator, high shear forces are generated. These forces grind the solid particles to microscopic sizes.

The high rotational speed generates additional centrifugal forces and turbulence, further crushing and evenly distributing the particles.

Cavitron machines offer various advantages in homogenization over other machines. Here are some key benefits:

Fine Particle Sizes:
Cavitron machines can reduce particles to very small sizes (often in the submicron range), crucial for many applications.

High Homogeneity:
The machines create mixtures which are highly uniform, an important consideration in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, food and paper industries.

Efficient Processing:
The continuous operation of the Cavitron machine enables high processing speed and efficiency.

Cavitron machines can process a variety of materials, including heat-sensitive and viscous liquids.

Stable Suspensions:
Intensive mechanical processing results in stable suspensions that are less prone to separation.

Cavitron machines are available in various sizes and can be used for both laboratory applications and industrial processes.

Maintenance Friendly:
Cavitron machines are robustly constructed and require relatively little maintenance, reducing operating costs.

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