Charles Ross and Son Company Datasheets for Rotor-Stator Mixers

Rotor-stator mixers are single-shaft mixers with an impeller rotating in close proximity to a stationary housing. They are used to rapidly break apart solid particles in a liquid, or to emulsify a liquid into liquids.
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Product Name Notes
Our Ultra High Shear Models include the Quad,X Series or MegaShear Designs. The units include four stage or greater rotors that turn at speeds to 15,000 feet per minute within...
Powders like fumed silica, calcium carbonate, titanium dioxide, gums, thickeners and many pigments are difficult to wet out. Even with a strong vortex in an open vessel, they resist wetting...
The Batch High Shear Mixer design consists of a single stage four-blade rotor that turns at high speed within a stationary stator. As the rotating blades pass each opening in...
The Inline Model High Shear Rotor-Stator mixer design consists of a single, dual or four stage rotor that turns at high speed within a stationary stator. As the rotating blades...
The laboratory Batch High Shear Mixer design consists of a single stage four-blade rotor that turns at high speed within a stationary stator. As the rotating blades pass each opening...
The PreMax* is a single stage rotor/stator generator specially contoured to generate high shear and vigorous flow in a batch mixing environment. The Delta rotor/stator of the PreMax is designed...
The Ross Turboemulsifier consists of a counter-rotating turbine and a high speed rotor/stator. The rotor stator head is positioned in the bottom center of the mix vessel to enable its...
The rotor/stator generates an intense vacuum and sucks in powders and liquids into the rotor-stator area. A feed tube adjacent to the back of the rotor provides a path to...
We offer Dual and Triple Shaft designs to meet the specific requirements of each customer. The economical Dual Shaft design includes a two-wing anchor agitator and a conventional high speed...