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TA4, TA3, TA2 turbines with blades tilted at 45°


TA4, TA3, TA2


The turbine with blades tilted at a 45° angle is a hybrid device between the propeller and classic turbine. Its special feature is that it obtains a centrifugal radial effect, combined with a vertical axial effect. It can also be used to start off mixtures in decantate.
 

design of the 45° angle tilted turbine

Definition basis: Tilted turbine with straight blades
Number of blades: 2, 3 or 4
Rotation direction: Clockwise or anticlockwise (according to the required flow) 

 

Flow of TA stirring devices - use

Blown flow: 
Vertical from top to bottom (axial and radial distribution)
Vortex creation
A stirrer equipped with a blown TA can be mounted centred with counter-blades or offset without counter-blades.
Shear effect at max. speed (peripheral speed)
Risk of the introduction of gas into the mixture


Applications: 
Creation of suspension, dissolution, dispersion, dilution, disintegration and mixing of non-miscible liquid. 


Suction flow: 
Vertical from bottom to top (axial and radial distribution). 
A stirrer equipped with a blown TA can be mounted centred with counter-blades or offset without counter-blades.
Bubbling on a liquid surface
Shear effect at max. speed (peripheral speed) 


Applications: 
Creation and holding of suspension, dilution. 

 

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Product suitable for the following applications:

Heat transfer

Suspension

Mixing immiscible liquids

Mixing miscible liquids

Maintenance in suspension

Homogenisation

Dissolution

Solid/liquid dispersion

Gas/liquid dispersion

Dilution

Spalling