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Custom Products Static Mixers Metal Alloy & Stainless Steel Static Mixer

Metal Alloy Static Mixer

Custom Static Mixer

There are a variety of different steels, grades, and alloys that static mixers can be constructed of. Komax custom designs Carbon Steel, and Exotic Metal Alloy Inline, and Stainless Steel Static Mixer sized from ½” to 60” diameters. Metallic alloys, such as Stainless Steel, Hastelloy®, Inconel®, or Titanium, are excellent for the corrosion resistance properties and can withstand some of the most harsh process environments.

Unique process applications will determine the sufficient material of construction for the custom static mixer. As each process is unique to each application/customer, Komax Systems does not recommend the materials of construction and lets the customer choose the material of construction the mixers are to be made of. 

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Typical Applications

  • coagulant
  • DI water
  • caustic
  • akalyne water
  • Naphthalene
  • natural gas
  • scrubber purge water
  • chemical solution
  • produced water
  • ethanol
  • pulp stock
  • surfactant
  • ozone
  • ozonated water
  • filtered water
  • NaOH
  • polymer
  • 50% NaOH polymer
  • sodium permanganate
  • potassium permanganate
  • sodium hypochlorite
  • aqueous chemicals
  • alum
  • chlorine
  • aluminum sulphate
  • CO2 gas
  • antiscalant
  • flocculant
  • Dimer Alcohol
  • hydrogen

Product Benefits

Triple Action Mixing Elements

The Komax Triple Action Mixer provides the highest level of mixing of any static mixer by providing Tow by Two Division, Cross Current/Impingement mixing and Back Mixing which produces highly efficient mixing in a short lay length with low pressure losses.

Non-clogging (Hi-Pass) Mixing Elements

Set of mixing elements placed on opposite side to allow wall-to-wall radial transfer of sludge and debris with no clogging or build up as it offers a wider opening in the center if the static mixer allowing bigger particles to pass through.

Technical Specifications and Available Options for Metal Alloy & Stainless Steel Static Mixers

These static mixers include the required number of mixing elements per application and can be welded in place or in a removable assembly for easy cleaning/maintenance. The mixers are typically built per ASME B31.3, ASME B31.4, ASME B31.1, and ASME Section VIII DIV 1, but can also manufacture per specific project/customer specifications. They also have end connections to suit your typical process connections. Contact us today to learn more about our custom metal alloy and stainless steel static mixer options.

The number of mixing elements is optimized per the desired mixing application outcome. Depending on specific fluid, application, or the required process, mixing length will be used to calculate the sufficient number of elements needed.

End Connections & Available Custom Options

  • Flanged Ends: Flanged end connections allow for easy mounting of the static mixer into the process pipeline. As a general standard, metal static mixers have raised face flanges per ASME B16.5 or ASME B16.47 (for sizes larger than 24”) standards. Komax can also fabricate mixers to contain DIN (metric) flanges as well.
  • Threaded Ends: Komax Systems specifically offers male and female NPT end connections on static mixers as required.
  • Weld Prep Ends: For custom configuration, Komax Systems offers weld prep end connections on static mixers.
  • Injection Port/Quill: An injection port or quill can be added to the static mixer to allow for an additive stream to be injected directly into the static mixer with desired connection type.
  • Removable mixing elements: Stainless and alloy removable mixing elements are available for cleaning, debris removal or inspection purposes as necessary in the process pipeline.
  • Flow Straightener: A Flow straightener is built into each static mixer assembly to eliminate any downstream centrifugal effects or swirl allowing sensing probes to be located directly downstream of the unit.

*All static mixers are custom made; end connection type can be made per customer request.

Available Materials and Sizes

  • Diameter: 1/2″ – 60″
  • Standard Metals: Stainless Steel 316, Carbon Steel, Killed Carbon Steel, Low Temp Carbon Steel, Ductile Iron
  • Exotic Metals: Titanium Inline, Titanium Grade 2, Duplex 2205, Hastelloy C276, 600 Alloy, SA335 P11
  • Pipe Schedule: Schedule 10-40

Metal Alloy & Stainless Steel Static Mixer Sizing Table

A Series

L Overall Length (Inches)
Line Size 2 Elements 3 Elements 4 Elements 5 Elements L2 (Inch) Side Port Size(Inch)
3/4″ 6 7 8 9 3 1/4
1″ 7 8 9 11 3 1/4
1 1/2″ 9 11 13 16 3 1/2
2″ 11 13 16 19 3 3/4
2 1/2″ 13 16 19 22 3 1/2 1
3″ 15 19 22 28 4 1 1/2
4″ 19 24 29 32 4 1/2 1 1/2
6″ 22 30 37 46 5 1 1/2
8″ 28 38 48 58 5 1/2 2
10″ 34 48 60 72 6 2
12″ 40 56 70 84 6 2

M Series

L Overall Length (Inches) Shipping Wt. LBS
Line Size 2 Elements 3 Elements 4 Elements 5 Elements 6 Elements 8 Elements 2 Elements 3 Elements 4 Elements 5 Elements 6 Elements 8 Elements
3/4″ 3 4 5 6 7 9 5 6 7 8 9 11
1 4 5 6 8 9 12 6 7 8 10 11 14
1 1/2 5 7 9 12 14 18 8 9 10 14 16 20
2 7 9 13 15 18 24 14 15 16 18 20 24
2 1/2 8 11 14 18 21 28 21 23 25 27 29 33
3 9 13 16 22 27 35 27 29 33 39 43 51
4 11 16 21 26 32 42 43 49 55 62 70 86
6 16 24 31 38 46 60 78 93 110 130 150 186
8 21 31 41 50 60 80 132 163 195 245 280 355
10 26 39 52 64 76 100 213 267 326 410 476 592
12 32 47 62 76 90 120 330 405 519 633 729 906

Additional Product Details

If your process is a non-batch-based process requiring consistent mixing within your system a static mixer may be right for you and your project. That being said, the best way to know if a static mixer is a right match for you is by getting in contact with our sales engineers who are expertly trained on the subject! Get your free quote today!
By having very specifically placed and pitched triple-action elements within the body of the inline static mixer, the flow of the fluid that is desired to be mixed acts as the propellant allowing the mixer to achieve near perfect homogeneity without added energy as there are no moving parts within our patented mixers. 
Because static mixers do not move and use the kinetic energy that is already present they require no added electrical energy to be used leading to energy cost savings. Along with energy cost savings, the internal elements can be designed for easy removal so they can be cleaned and maintained without much hassle allowing the life span of the mixer to be elongated making the static mixer itself to be an excellent investment for the greater pipeline process. 
While there are a number of different styles of static mixer offerings here at Komax Systems, such as Channel mixers, sanitary mixers, and custody transfer mixers to name a few, the base purpose and function of our static mixers is the same. The mixer uses fixed triple-action elements within itself to take advantage of the already present inertia of the solution passing along the pipes to effectively and efficiently mix the product without requiring any movement or expending any excess energy. 

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Our Custom Product Process

Getting a Komax Systems product for your industrial process is simple! To get started, get in contact with us! Give us a call or submit a quote via our website to get your quote started. 

Once we receive your request and the information associated with your process one of our sales engineers will reach out to make sure we've got all of the information needed to properly develop your quote. With all the correct information, our sales engineers can populate a unique quote specific to your custom design and your process' needs. Once the quote is finalized it is then paired with a drawing mock-up of your unit to make sure the specifications are to your liking and perfect for your system. 

As soon as the quote and drawing are approved your unit is then off to fabrication. While your unit is being manufactured you are kept up to date on its progress and you will be notified once your new Komax Systems product is on its way to you!

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