Tutorial: How does the Counterflow work?

Tutorial: How does the Counterflow work?

The Counterflow is a very suitable mixing element for mixing processes of medium viscous liquid products such as paints, polymers and biodegradable plastics where starch is the basic component. In this tutorial we show you how the Counterflow moves the liquids to be...

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The Counterflow: from request to solution

The Counterflow: from request to solution

Mainly in the chemical industry, the Counterflow mixing element is applied in mixing processes of products such as paint, polymers, biodegradable plastics where starch is the basic component and medium viscous liquids. However, what kind of questions do the customers...

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The introduction of: Senior Process Engineer Erik Brouwer

The introduction of: Senior Process Engineer Erik Brouwer

To introduce you to the professionals at Jongia Mixing Technology, we present one of our employees once every four weeks. This week we want to introduce you to 63 year old Erik Brouwer. Erik is a senior Process Engineer. Diversity creates development Erik ended up at...

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Tutorial: How does the Gas Inducing Mixer work?

Tutorial: How does the Gas Inducing Mixer work?

Jongia Mixing Technology designed the Gas Inducing Mixer to dissolve gas in liquid in order to achieve a (chemical/biochemical) reaction. The mixer is most commonly used in hydrogenation (curing) processes and especially for hydrogenation of fats (acids) in the food...

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The Gas Inducing Mixer: from request to solution

The Gas Inducing Mixer: from request to solution

When gas/liquid reactions with pure gases have to be created, the Gas Inducing Mixer is used. However, what type of customer comes to Jongia Mixing Technology for this agitator? And what are the next steps? What solution does Jongia Mixing Technology offer? In this...

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Gas Inducing Mixer: a unique design

Gas Inducing Mixer: a unique design

Dissolving gas in liquid is not an easy task. This is exactly the reason why Jongia Mixing Technology developed its own Gas Inducing Mixer. The mixer is designed to make a gas/liquid dispersion. This means dissolving the gas in a liquid to be able to carry out a...

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