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Due to its design and high peripheral speed (between 15 and 20 metres per second), the dispersion turbine generates a depression that centrifuges the liquids and solids sucked in via its disk and then propels them through its teeth at the edge.
DESIGN OF THE DISPERSION TURBINE
Definition basis: Flat turbine with toothed disk
Number of blades: 1
Rotation direction: Clockwise
FLOW OF CURVED BLADE STIRRING DEVICES - USE
Horizontal, radial, centrifugal flow.
Vortex creation by depression.
The stirrer equipped with a dispersion turbine can be mounted centred with counter-blades or offset without counter-blades.
Extensive shear effect (high peripheral speed).
Dispersion, dissolution, disintegration, deflocculation.