Medium-Shear

Mixing applications that don’t require a very high degree of pulverization but still need to disperse one material into the other efficiently will use impellers that provide some of both shear (turbulence) and movement. There are both radial impellers and axial impellers in this selection that can be sized for your application. Contact our engineering department via phone or chat for any sizing questions you may have on our dispersion blades.

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2.5" Axial Flow Turbine w/ 3/8" Bore

2.5" Axial Flow Turbine w/ 3/8" Bore

LIMA25375 $52

316 SS. The axial flow turbine is a classic medium shear impeller. Very effective in both low viscosity and high, this radial flow turbine allows a mixer to the break up agglomeration and impart solids effectively. They will draw more power per volume than the propellers or hydrofoils as motor power is converted to shear energy. Mixer Direct's Lab Axial Flow Turbine features a 2.5" blade, a 3/8 bore, and a hub with set screw attachment for easy blade installment.

2.5" Radial Flow Lab Impeller w/ 3/8" Bore

2.5" Radial Flow Lab Impeller w/ 3/8" Bore

LIMR25375 $52

The Radial flow turbine creates a radial flow pattern moving away from the impeller, towards the sides of the vessel. The flow impacts the side and moves in either an upward or downward direction to fill the top and bottom of the impeller and be ejected once more. Some applications benefit greatly from this type of action, namely gas dispersion. Radial flow turbines have a high horsepower draw relative to axial flow turbines and other axial flow impellers.Mixer Direct's Lab Radial Flow Turbine features a 2.5" blade, a 3/8" bore, and a hub with set screw attachment for easy blade installment.