Magnetic stirrers for the fine chemicals industryFINE CHEMICALS
The fine chemicals sector produces limited quantities of high added-value compounds for pharmaceuticals, perfumery and cosmetics, etc.
Its activity is more specifically directed towards the synthesis of organic products - the search for innovative molecules from the laboratory up to industrial production.
Hydrogenation is one of the most restrictive processes in fine chemicals. Its application is often characterised by high levels of pressure (up to 250 bars), high temperatures (up to 400°) and calls for total control over the risk of hydrogen leakage.
Compliant with ATEX standards, MARLLIN® is suitable for safe operation in explosive atmospheres, at the same time meeting the highest cleanliness and cleanability requirements. MARLLIN® supplies magnetic stirrers to meet these restrictive conditions (of the AGM-T’Chim type. This equipment is ultra-clean and highly polished, with no retention.
Magnetic vessel roof stirrer AGM-T'CHIM - high security ATEX
Flat anchor for magnetic stirrers - thermic exchange
Tilted flat anchor for magnetic stirrer - tangential and axial flow
3PC Turbine with curved blades for stirrer, high centrifugal effect
45° tilted blade impellers - radial centrifugal and axial vertical effect
Turbines TF2, TF3 flat with straight blades - mixing effect maintenance
Rushton turbine with vertical blades disk - centrifuge effect
Disgaz disk turbine with serrated blades - gas dispersion
Self-priming turbine for a gas-in-liquid dispersion stirrer
AX1: profiled propeller with thin blades, homogenization, and other functions
AX2: profiled propeller with slim blades, ideal for dissolution
AX3 profiled propeller for magnetic stirrer, high shear rate
Profiled propeller AX4 for magnetic stirrer, for fibrous liquid