You wouldn’t ask for a margarita that is mixed, shaken, and blended, for this would be a ridiculous waste of time and none of the steps before blending would matter. Now, when we use the phrase ‘Triple Action’ to describe our static mixers, we hope you don’t think of a foolishly made margarita, but instead a perfectly crafted cocktail that uses subtle technique to create the perfect beverage. Triple-Action mixing is called so because we have precisely aligned static mixing elements to mix product in much the same way as a gifted bartender. Let’s walk through it:
Two by Two Division: Our mixing elements are placed in such a manner that exponentially divides a previously singular flow. By dividing each flow by two, the number of divisions and recombinations is well over million for a twenty-element mixer.
Cross Current Mixing: While the previous step produces a thoroughly divided product, there can be issues with the standardized procedure. Cross current mixing introduces an aspect of randomness into the process, therefore enhancing the two-by-two division to closer reach homogenization.
Counter Rotation and Back Mixing: This is our innovative take on static mixing, as it eliminates the previously problematic tunneling affects and also increases the time a divided flow spends mixing. This type of mixing does not slow down the process, yet drastically increases the thoroughness of mixing.
Our static mixing formula introduces a meticulous division of flow with the effectiveness of cross current mixing, all while increasing the contact of inputs with back mixing. This beautifully designed system does not offer redundancy like the margarita example; instead it uses different types of mixing in concert with one another. This partnership between our three mixing actions increases the overall result because each aspect works well alone, all while enhancing the efforts of the others.