Batch Dispersing

The Right Way to Suspensions – How to Achieve Efficient Dispersing

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How to Achieve “Ready Made” Dispersed Bulks

The suspension produced in the dispersing chamber returns to the vessel as a “ready made” product. Depending on the amount of powder and the required solids loading, the induction of the powder may interrupted by closing the powder inlet. Additional dispersing, respectively homogenising in the recirculation loop in order to achieve a specific particle size distribution or homogeneity, is also possible. This procedure serves to de-aerate the product at the same time.

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A Technology With Vast Potential

Independent from the viscosity, type of vessel and batch size, stable suspensions may be produced in a fraction of the time required by conventional mixing and dispersing systems.

As an example: 40 tons of a Titanium Dioxide Slurry in complete in less than 2 hours.

The large potential of rationalisation by the Conti-TDS technology is given by the combination of five processing steps in one machine (emptying containers, powder transport, powder induction, powder wetting and dispersing). Time and energy are saved. Because of the complete colloidal wetting of the raw materials the required amount of raw material can be reduced.

* D. Seeger, Strategic Sales Development – Key Projects, Ystral GmbH, Ballrechten-Dottingen/Germany.