1. The first mixing zone uses sharp stator teeth to mill the fluid.
2. Next, fine serrations accelerate the fluid between the ultra-smooth, hardened surfaces of the spinning rotor and stator gap.
3. Finally, centrifugal forces impinge fluid on the stator wall for additional refinement.
Standard Mill Construction
- 316 stainless steel (SS) wetted parts impregnated with Stellite™ for high wear resistance
- Jacketed stator housing with SS connections
- Lip seal shaft sealing
- Explosion-proof motors
- Painted base and supports
- Viton elastomers
- Sanitary, triclamp connections
- Alternative rotor-stator design
- Mechanical seals
- 440 hardened SS rotor-stator
- Alternative motor enclosures
- All SS supports and base
- Push cart with casters for mobility
- Macerating knife
- The rotor-stator gap can be adjusted on-the-fly by turning a hand wheel.
- Changing the gap setting allows the user to modify the shear rate applied to the fluid and achieve the desired process results.
- Indicator dial defines gap-setting position and ensures process repeatability.
- This machine is designed to handle a wide range of applications and empowers the user to make simple adjustments to achieve the precise product qualities required.
- Vertical or horizontal mounting position makes the colloid mill ideal for batch, batch-continuous, or in-line applications.
- Due to the nature of most high-shear applications, we offer an extensive rental pool for confirming the impact of Greerco™ high-shear technology on your process.
Cost Effective Solution
- Initial investment: Unlike competitive designs, the versatility of the Greerco Colloid Mill eliminates the need for the costly add-ons typically offered to achieve optimal process results
- Process: Easy installation and operation maximize process productivity while reducing cost
- Longevity: Time-tested design has been proven to provide years of continuous operations with minimal maintenance costs