Long-term value is important to us and improved through high-flow designs with low-tip speeds, high-quality materials and rubber lining, and special impeller designs which means optimal performance through tough conditions.
Sepro’s designs can improve mixing performance, meeting any mixing objective:
- Off-bottom suspension: Coarse particles are slightly agitated, reducing wear
- Complete uniformity: Solids concentration is 95% consistent in any section of the tank
- Full tank utilization: Prevent solids build-up
- Leaching tanks and reaction vessels: Improve solid, liquid and gas mixing
- Feed, buffer and holding tanks: Improve process stability
We understand selecting the correct combination of power, speed and impeller type could mean the difference between an effective mixer settler and an under-performing system.
Our in-house design program gives us insight into the performance of dozens of impeller types and geometries, meaning, we can help you select the right mixer agitator for your solvent extraction job.
Many applications in mineral processing require the injection of gas into the mixing vessel. This can be a variety of gasses, including air, oxygen, hydrogen, or a combination. The volume of gas introduced and the rate of introduction is critical for the efficiency of the system and operation of the gas dispersion agitator.
Sepro has a range of impellers designed to accommodate high gas dispersion requirements. They are widely used in bioleaching, cyanide detox, pressure lead reactors and more, where effective gas dispersion and gas retention is critical for excellent process performance.
Mineral scrubbing applications require high performance with low wear. Sepro Mixing supplies an innovative attrition scrubbing cell that utilizes two different types of impellers. First is an axial flow, high solidity impeller that offers high velocity in viscous pulp to create maximum shear in the attrition zone. Next is a uniquely-designed impeller that provides a combination of flow and shear, creating the steady flow between cells in order to maintain retention time and provide stable operating conditions.