UET Heliflo Static Mixer consists of helices in a succession of opposing
rotation. Three different helix configurations are available to maximize processing of various
UET Static Mixers are designed to
blend, disperse, react, or shear two or more fluids within a short length of piping. To achieve these results, the mixer relies partly or wholly on the principle of
flow constriction, radial eddying, flow division, and shear reversal. These
transport phenomena combine to eliminate concentration, velocity, and thermal gradients.
- Three different element configurations for process
- Material of construction in most metals and non-metals,
including FRP and PVC.
- Standard wall pipe housing.
- ANSI flange connections.
- Line Size: Up to 48" diameter.
- Elements: 2 to 18
- Flow Rates: Up to 55,000 gpm.
- Viscosities: Up to 100,000 cps.
- Pressures: Up to 1,500 PSI.
- Head Loss: Lowest in the industry.
- Heavy or light pipe walls.
- Threaded or weld-prep end connections.
- Pipe jackets for heat transfer.
- Injection nozzles.
- Sanitary fittings and finish.
- Hydrotesting, X-Ray testing, and pickling.
- A.S.M.E. code stamp.
- Material certificates, welding procedures, and welder's
- Special paint.
Full 180 degree helices are used to provide mixing of fluids with viscosities up to
100,000 cps as in the production of plastics.
Half length 90 degree helices are used in low viscosity fluid mixing applications
such as oil dispersion, color dilution, and coatings preparation.
Highly efficient 45 degree helices are used in turbulent mixing applications such
as water disinfection with chlorine and gas blending.
Specifications subject to change without