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Improving the Axial Mixing Effect

Mon, 01/07/2013 - 7:16am

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Pfaudler TBX turbinePfaudler has designed its crystal-clear TBX turbine with low-shearing capabilities and presents it as optimally suited for crystallization processes in the pharmaceutical industry. The company believes that the TXB also grants:

  • The mixing of floating solids as a result of the pumping performance of 8 blades (2 TBXs on top of each other), which corresponds to an improvement of around 60 percent compared to 4 blades.
  • 4 blades, with a 45° angle between blades to facilitate the introduction of the agitator to the reactor and provide easier cleaning than 2-hub impellers, on a single hub.
  • Accommodations for reactors that hold up to 8,000 liters, as well as compatibility with the upper level of dual-impeller agitating systems. 
  • The company’s smoother, cleaner, more resistant PharmaGlass (PPG) coating, which improves the axial mixing effect in the reactor and reduces heating/cooling times, based on improved heat transfer.
  • The flexibility to significantly reduce RPMs for sensitive applications, so product is treated even more gently.
  • Suitability as a single- or multi-step system for producing solid suspensions.
  • Simple installation of an 8-blade agitator without making additional modifications to existing 2-level agitator shafts.

sales@pfaudlerbalfour.co.uk

www.pfaudler.de

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