Axial Flow Turbine Mixing Element
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Axial Flow Turbine Welded
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Tutorial Axial Flow Turbine
In this tutorial, Commercial Director Tom Pruymboom shows you the process of starch gelatinization using a labscale test unit. In it, raw starch is dissolved in 10 liters of water and the mixture is then heated using a heating coil. When it has become a gel, enzymes are added to convert the mixture to glucose. The mixing is done by a mixer shaft equipped with a 2-blade residual stirrer, a 4-blade Axial Flow turbine and a Hydroprop mixing element for a top-over-bottom stirring process with axial flow.
Concave turbines are often called “the next generation” turbines as they significantly perform better compared to conventional “Rushton” turbines. However, in most all engineering books and studies, the one and only turbine in which is referred to, is the Rushton
Bioreactors and Fermenters are culture systems to produce cells or organisms. They are used in various applications, including basic research and development, and the manufacturing of biopharmaceuticals, food and food additives, chemicals, and other products. A broad range of cell types and organisms can be cultivated in bioreactors and Fermenters, including cells (like mammalian cell lines, insect cells, and stem cells), microorganisms (like bacteria, yeasts, and fungi), as well as plant cells and algae. The words “Bioreactor” and “Fermenter” are basically the same thing.