microreactors

Mixers

T-mixer The so called T-mixer stands here for the basic design. The mixer can be used to mix two or more miscible or immiscible liquids.

 

 

 

 

This mixer is available with a single or double T-mixer in series, for flow rates from 0.001 ml/min up to 1.0 ml/min. Both designs can be combined with an integrated heat exchanger.

 

 

The  mixer Psi design is designed to form a flow of regular single droplets or an enveloped laminar flow in a main stream whereat both liquids should be immiscible.

 

 

The heringbone mixer uses a structured layer between two identical channels. This structure increases mixing and narrows the residence time distribution, compared to a plain channel.

 

 

The superfocus mixer is based on the interdigital design and for liquid/ liquid or gas/ liquid reactions, which are split into 124 singles streams and recombined and focused to a 500 µm channel, so 5 µm thick lamellaes can be achieved.

 

 

The mixer can be used to mix two miscible or immiscible liquids or gases. The feed streams are split in many small streams and brought together in the mixing chamber.

 

 

The  cyclone mixer has a circular mixing chamber where the gas and liquid feeds are split into 8 streams and induced into the mixing chamber through nozzles, which are arranged to create a cyclone movement for very fine gas dispersions in the liquid.

 

 

The emulsifier implies thousands of small pillars to break up plugs continuously and create a homogenous emulsion.

 

 

 

These modules are suitable for analyzing and mixing in plug flow systems. They are available with 2 to 5 inlets, with one outlet each.

 

 

 

Static mixer for continuous mixing during the reaction.