Stirrers : Turbines

SELF-PRIMING

SELF-PRIMING

The self-priming turbine is designed to disperse a gas in a liquid. Its tubular shaft has openings at the top to enable the gas to be sucked out at the top of the vessel. This suction will be generated by depression of the self-priming turbine.

The self-priming turbine is mainly used for its extensive centrifugal effect.

It can also be found in special applications such as hydrogenation type processes.

DESIGN OF THE SELF-PRIMING TURBINE

Definition basis: Dual disk turbine + vertical flat strips
Number of blades: 6
Rotation direction: Clockwise


FLOW OF SELF-PRIMING STIRRING DEVICES - USE

Horizontal, radial, centrifugal flow.
Gas sucked out the top of the vessel.
The stirrer equipped with a self-priming turbine will be mounted centred with counter-blades.
Extensive shear effect at max. speed (medium peripheral speed)


Applications:
Gas/liquid dispersion.

Product used in the following markets:

- Chemicals/Petrochemicals

Product suitable for the following applications:

Heat transfer

Mixing miscible liquids

Maintenance in suspension

Homogenization

Dissolution

Solid/liquid dispersion

Liquid/liquid dispersion

Gas/liquid dispersion

Gas absorption
auto-aspirating turbine with double discs and vertical plates