Disperser Blades rotate at high RPMs to facilitate the quick impartation of solids at a fine grind. The liquid contacts the blade and moves outward to flow over the teeth and break the agglomerations into increasingly smaller particles. Typically used in paints and inks, high shear mixing blades are now being used in a variety of industries for increased efficiency. Stiffening plates can be used in conjunction with a dispersion blade to increase blade life. Our bolt on hubs, weld on hubs, and blade adapter shafts allow for easy installment of all high shear dispersion blades. Dependent on your mixing needs, your dispersion blade can be finished with a #4, 2B Mill, or an electro-polished finish. Purchase a dispersion blade online from Mixer Direct today!
Dispersion Blade Info
Managing liquid processing operations involves routine inspections of your mixer and tank, but it also requires your machinery to have an efficient and reliable dispersion blade or other type of impeller to operate successfully. Also known as high shear mixing blades, these blades can quickly shred through solid materials to create a smooth, refined liquid. From chemical processing to paint mixing, you can count on these impellers to deliver excellent performance when paired with a dispersion mixer.
Below, we've listed some common questions about our disperser blades. Feel free to browse through if you have any questions, or contact us and we'll be happy to assist you.
Are Disperser Blades Only Intended for High-Shear Applications?
Yes, disperser blades can only be used in high-shear applications. As we mentioned before, these are also known as high shear mixing blades because unlike low shear impellers that operate slowly, these blades rotate inside the tank at intense speeds for the most thorough dispersion.
What's the Difference Between a Dispersion Blade and Rotor Stator Mixer?
A typical dispersion blade is shaped like a blade that you'd find on a circular saw made for cutting wood. Rotor stators, on the other hand, feature a rotor and stator with various dispersion configurations for extra blending to create highly secure emulsions after each use.
What Materials Are Your Disperser Blades Made Out Of?
Our disperser blades and rotor stators are all made from 304SS wetted materials.
Find Excellent Disperser Blades at Mixer Direct
Don't waste time or money looking elsewhere for a better selection of disperser blades — you won't find it! Our products are manufactured to process a consistent stream of fine-tuned liquids for years to come. You won't have to worry about replacing a dispersion blade any time soon. Browse our products to place your order.