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Glass Static Mixer Blocks

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GlassBlocks.gifOn a small scale, the narrow channels of the FlowSyn system provide good control of mixing by diffusion, and in these cases the standard mixer is adequate. For higher throughput applications or where diffusion is slow, Uniqsis has designed a range of ingenious glass static mixer blocks (also known as ‘chips’) to provide efficient turbulent mixing throughout the block. Precision machined from glass and chemically inert, these blocks incorporate narrow channels with active mixing geometries that promote both diffusional and turbulent mixing, as well as functioning as very efficient heat exchangers. Uniqsis offers 2 input A + B and 3 input (A + B) + C static mixer geometries. The 1mm id channels are wider than most glass ‘chips’ to minimise blockages. Mixer blocks can be attached to the FlowSyn column module or to FlowSyn Cold. Both positions can be heated and cooled. Reagents are tempered prior to mixing.

Benefits

  • Efficient mixing - Static mixer blocks offer superior mixing to the standard 'T'-piece
  • Control exotherms - Heat can be removed more effectively from the mixer blocks making them ideal for controlling exotherms which occur during mixing
  • Visibility - Chemist can see what is happening in the reactor
  • Pressure rated - Each chip is pressure tested to 1000 psi
  • Easy to use - Standard fittings are used, no tricky connections
Features
  • 2 input A + B and 3 input (A + B) + C geometries
  • 2.0 ml and 0.27 ml volumes available
  • Turbulent mixing in 1 mm i.d. channel throughout chip volume
  • Reagent inputs are pre-tempered before mixing
  • Manufactured from Borosilicate glass
  • Holder available for column or cold coil module
  • 40 bar and - 40 °C to + 150 °C temperature range
Product Glass Static Mixer Blocks
Company Uniqsis
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Uniqsis
29 Station Road Shepreth Cambridgeshire SG8 6GB UK

Tel: +44 (0)845 864 7747

Email: info@uniqsis.com



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