Supplier's Corner

Ross’ X-Series High Shear Mixer Now Has New Options

February 16, 2007

The X-Series High Shear Mixer is now being offered with several new optional design features. The mixer includes optional features such as, rotor-stator gap adjustment from .010 to .030, jacketed mix chamber for 50 psig, cored stator for heating or cooling, stainless steel seal barrier tank and a cooling system for bearing housing with type J thermocouple 75 HP drive for operation at 5800 rpm.

This patented design includes a unique rotor-stator generator that creates high shear rates at tip speeds up to 17,000 feet per minute. The X-Series mixers are offered in several standard industrial and sanitary designs up to 250 hp. All wetted parts are typically constructed of type 316-stainless steel and include double mechanical seals.

The X-Series is typically used for the production of fine emulsions and dispersions. Sub-micron particle sizes are easily produced using this model. More info: 1-800-243-ROSS.
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