IKA agitators are ideal for acceleration of solution processes and syntheses, temperature exchanges within a medium as well as the mixing of liquids and solids.
The full offering from standard designs to cutting edge jet stream agitators
Major benefits are offered for the two systems:
Rototron RTS benefits:
- Fast mixing & dispersing results
- No sedimentation within the vessel
- Explosion proof design in line with ATEX
- Variable speed control
- Pharma designs available
- Simple and safe operation by design
- Variable speed controls
- Compatible with high and low pressure vessels
- Food and Pharma applications
- Adaptable to most mixing and dispersing tasks
The agitator’s primary application is the processing of flowable mixtures in a low to medium viscosity range. Agitators can be optionally equipped with a fast propeller, an axial turbine, a stirring disk, a toothed disk, an IBC cup stirrer, or a slow and powerful anchor stirrer.
The IKA ROTOTRON® jet stream agitator stands out due to an extremely strong axial conveying effect. Even when it comes to less-than-optimal vessel dimensions and shapes, the jet stream agitator ensures a very intensive recirculation of the mixture while using relatively low energy input.
All metal parts of the IKA agitators, which come in contact with the product, are made from high-quality stainless steel. IKA agitators are available in several different sizes and designs according to the GMP and/or ATEX guidelines. Furthermore, on customer’s request they can also be delivered with matching stands and fastening accessories.
Jet flow agitation is a universal overhead stirrer that combines the functionality of a conventional stirring device with the properties of a disperser equipped with a rotor/stator system. RTS-type machines are used for tasks such as homogenization, dispersing, suspension, emulsification, aeration and dissolving and to facilitate heat transfer.
Classic economic machines designed to handle a variety of different stirring tasks. The TURBOTRON® agitators are most commonly used for: acceleration of dissolving processes, temperature transfer within a medium, or simple mixing of powders with a liquid phase.