Emulsifying machine Applications:
Colloid mills and similar devices are used in:
road construction – colloid mill for bitumen emulsion, asphalt colloid mill, for modification of bitumen with polymers, production of anionic or cationic bitumen emulsions, liquid rubber etc.
machine construction – homogeniser mixing machine for production of lube and cooling emulsions, grease, cooling agents for thermal treatment.
energy – for production of heavy fuel/water emulsions for burning in boilers and other energy plants (saving 7−10 % of heavy oil due to more complete burning, increase of boiler efficiency by 2 – 3%, 50% reduction of soot and NOx emissions, disposal of waste products). Conversion of liquid oil sludge into fuel (oil refinery, seaport and industrial waste). Production of stable fuel emulsions from oil sludge.
coal – for preparation of emulsions for hydraulic supports.
chemical industry – to increase interphase contact of compoentns in multiphase heterogeneous systems, for extraction, for purification of petrochemical products and waste water, for production of detergents, glue, varnish. disinfectants and polish.
paint industry – paint mixer, paint emulsifier or paint dispersing machine for paint production.
alcohol production – to make grain brew (alcohol output is increase up to 10%).
food production – dairy processing, oily emulsions, corn starch production, making of fruit mash, mayonnaise, yoghurt, soft cheese, condensed milk, restoration of dry milk, cream production.
pharmaceutical and cosmetics – production of shampoo, gels, salves, emulsions, medicine and pastes with improved qualities and stability.
oil and fat industry – combined fats, margarine, mayonnaise, pastes etc.
fruit processing – production of jams, jelly, ketchup, puree, pastes.
confectionary – preparation of cream, stuffing, chocolate nut pastes, sugar emulsions, chocolate glazing.
soft drink production – production of juices, nectars and other beverages.
Dispersers are special devices designed for fine grinding and subsequent uniform distribution of particles throughout a given volume. Dispersers are well suited for working with multicomponent systems that can not be overheated. They find wide application in various industries: chemical industry, food industry, pharmaceuticals, oil refining, as well as in agriculture and construction.
But the dispersers are not limited to industrial use only. These devices are also...
A question that is often asked: why do we need a disperser, when we already have a mixer? First, let’s look at the definitions. A mixer is a device that is generally used in cooking for mixing food products. In fact, a mixer simply mixes the components in a container. As for a disperser, it grinds the raw material, producing a homogeneous mixture.
Theoretically, it is possible...
When choosing this or that technical device, it is necessary to take into account its every characteristic, so that there are no complications during operation. Let’s look at the main characteristics of a homogenizer, which should be considered in the first place.
Is it necessary to start with performance. It you are producing products in small volumes then a KLM homogenizer of GlobeCore 4 m3 / h...
High pressure homogenizers with plungers and adjustable valves realize the one-, two- and three-stage homogenization. The basis of such homogenizers is the valve system that creates a high pressure. The raw material passes through small openings in the valves, is exposed to high turbulence, that splits the product into particles. The particles dimensions are determined by the hydrodynamic conditions created in the valve zone.
Also, the valve...
Universalization of equipment is one of the most important and urgent tasks. It means: a single device performing various operations. The benefits of it are obvious: with the right approach, you can significantly reduce costs while maintaining the required quality of the products.
Dispersers and homogenizers are widely used in the food industry, pharmaceuticals, chemical industry, road construction, etc. They cover each other’s functions: a disperser grinds...
High-pressure homogenizers work with a low-viscous dispersions. Such devices operate in a continuous mode.
Homogenizers of high pressure are divided into counter jet dispersers, axial nozzle systems and radial diffusers. Jet dispersers collide two or more jets at high speed. The pressure of homogenization and the flow rate of substances can be adjusted by changing the gap width (with the help of flap-valve).
In axial nozzle...
Robot Coupe food processor is an appliance that creates homogeneous food mixtures. In fact, these processors are hand mixers for household kitchens. In a restaurant such homogenizer is irreplaceable. But if you need to produce a certain products in large quantities? Of course, you would use an industrial analogue of Robot Coupe.
Other devices that perform homogenization can be considered as substitutes. For our part, we offer...
Homogenized. Homogenization of honey is a process of thorough mixing of its entire volume before pouring it into jars. Prior to the process, the honey is heated to 40C in a container equipped with special mixers and a heater.
Homogenization of honey is usually beneficial both to producers and to consumers, as it converts honey, the viscous material that resists shear flow, into fluid and ensures its...
Homogenizers are widely used in various industries. Such devices are designed to obtain stable homogeneous mixtures of multiple components, thoroughly crushing the disperse phases, with the introduction of surfactants for the stability of the mixture.
The manufacturers of homogenizers supply the market with the following types of devices:
- High-pressure homogenizers.
GlobeCore developed KLM colloid mill homogenizers that grind the materials to a particle size of...
One of the most important characteristics of the emulsion is its stability. The stability is measured by the time until the emulsion separates. A popular method to achieve a stable product in the food industry is dispersion by simple mechanical agitation using a stirrer (turbine mixer, screw mixers, blade mixer, mill, anchor stirrer, gate mixer, etc.).
Dispersing and emulsifying is also performed by valve, vacuum, centrifugal, rotary...
The exact structure of a homogenizer depends on its model. In this article we will examine the overall structure of a homogenizer.
An industrial homogenizer consists of a frame, a crankshaft and connecting rod assembly, a plunger and a homogenizing and manometric head. Also, it includes lubrication and cooling systems, a safety valve and a drive motor.
The crank and connecting rod assembly is necessary to...
Many of our customers enquire about the purchase of a disperser when they already have a blender. The purpose of both devices is very similar. Let’s consider the cases when it is better to use a blender and a homogenizer.
The main difference is that the blender stirs the raw material and the disperser mixes and evenly distributes the components achieving uniformity throughout the mixture. Theoretically, it...
Industrial mixer. Nowadays many industrial processes are based on mixing. It applies to the pharmaceutical, chemical, food industries, and metallurgy as well as agriculture and agricultural chemistry.
The variety of physical and chemical characteristics of the processed materials poses a challenge of choosing the optimal mixer from the variety of the devices available on the market.
In general, an industrial mixer must meet the following requirements:
Material dispersion. Most dispersion methods are physical, based on overcoming the intermolecular forces by a physical process. Under the influence of such processes the solid matter is abraded, crushed, and split.
In industrial applications, this effect is achieved by crushers and mills of various designs.
A ball mill is a hollow rotating cylinder with steel or ceramic balls inside. The grinding is achieved by...
Homogenizer. Industrial homogenizers are designed for homogenization of various substances and are widely used in the food, chemical, pharmaceutical industry and road construction.
Among the variety of homogenizers the most prominent place is held by the colloid mill as the ultrafine grinding device (1 micron grinding fineness).
One of the best examples is the colloid mill is a KLM-18 by GlobeCore. It consists of:
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Laboratory homogenizer for sample preparation is an important piece of equipment that makes foods with new flavors, produces medicines and helps in chemical research.
Let’s consider the use of this device in different industries in detail. To compete in the food product market, many manufacturers develop new recipes, new products with improved flavors and longer shelf life, etc. At the stage of research it does not make...
Laboratory equipment, despite its apparent simplicity, plays a crucial role in industrial processes.
To understand this, recall the whole process of designing machines and mechanisms for the production of consumer products, from the beginning. In the first stage a prototype of the equipment is produced, which is then subjected to all kinds of tests, simulating the situations that may arise during industrial operation.
Homogenizers are used...
Colloid Mills. Colloid pulverization is such processing of materials which produces partices of colloidal sizes (several micron and smaller).
At certain conditions, this degree of pulverization can be achieved with just about any industrial grinding equipment. But if the process is considered from the economic and technological viewpoints, it becomes apparent such tasks are best performed by colloid mills. There is no coagulation of particles in the...
Bitumen Emulsion Production. A colloid mill is a special device which performs superfine pulverization of materials. Using colloid mill allows to produce particles of one micron or even smaller.
The first colloid mill was designed by K. Plausson in the first half of the 19th century. It consisted of a stator, a rotor and a body. When particles enter the gap between the rotor and the stator,...
Colloid Mill. The first mention of starch being partially soluble in water dates to the late 19th century. To achieve this, the substance had to be finely ground.
Pulverization of starch was described in the research of several scientists, such as Lampitt, Gess and others.
Preliminary dispersion of gelatinized phosphate starch in cold water allows to use it in ice-cream and instant-dessert powder products.