Mixing Tank Is Widely Used in Industrial Production

Update:10-08-2018
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Mixing Tank is widely used in industrial production. In […]

Mixing Tank is widely used in industrial production. In the chemical industry and non-ferrous metallurgy industry, the role of the mixing equipment is not only to make the materials fully mixed, but also some special processes, such as heating, cooling, gas absorption, etc., can achieve better results by using mixing equipment. The application of the mixing equipment is so extensive, and because of the wide controllable operating conditions of the mixing device, it can better adapt to diverse production. The design of the mixing equipment includes the tank body, the tank cover and some accessories that meet the process requirements. The commonly used tank body is a vertical cylinder and is mounted on the foundation or platform through the support.

High-efficiency mixing tank features. Advanced impeller structure and strong mixing ability. The impeller of the high-efficiency stirring tank adopts an umbrella shape, large diameter and high speed. This device can enhance the mixing capacity and circulation capacity of the slurry. Not only can the mixing concentration be different according to the customer's requirements, but the stirring height can be based on the user. Depending on the requirements.

Enhanced chemical pulp circulation capacity and improved flotation index. There is a guide fluid in the tank, and the large negative compression is small in a limited space, which accelerates the pumping capacity, makes the medicine ore circulation more powerful, and increases the pumping capacity and circulation capacity; the lower part of the fluid guide body is provided with a spray body. The recycling capacity of the medicinal mine is further strengthened, which is conducive to raising the flotation index. The high-efficiency stirring tank is mainly used for slurry mixing before the flotation operation, so that the agent and the slurry are thoroughly mixed. It can also be used in industrial sectors such as slurry mixing and cyanide plants, sewage treatment plants and coal preparation plants in the chemical and building materials industries.