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A high-speed mixer delivers 40,000 L/h

By Chemical Engineering |

The DynaShear inline high-speed emulsifier disperses gums, stabilizers, proteins and sweeteners in a single pass, delivering batch times as low as 3–5 min., with less air entrainment and the ability to run continuously. With flowrates up to 40,00Screen Shot 2017-04-27 at 11.55.44 AM0 L/h, it delivers smooth product with no agglomerates, says the company. The two-stage rotor/stator action allows processors to run longer and clean-in-place (CIP) less frequently. The DynaShear prevents clogged strainers and extends the life of pumps, valves and seals. — Admix Europe ApS, Allerod, Denmark

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