IKA Batch Dispersers

IKA offers a range of both top and bottom entry batch disperser systems for use within pilot plants and full scale production processes. With three models to choose from IKA have the solution for you.


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Benefits of the IKA ULTRA TURRAX batch dispersing systems include:

  • Range of shaft seal types to suit the application
  • Pharma grade surface finishes
  • Aeration prevention
  • Operating pressures up to 16 bar
  • CIP / SIP capable
  • Easy cleaning

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Our Batch Disperser Products

IKA batch dispersers are used for applications where conventional stirring is not enough, such as the production of emulsions and suspensions. What a stirrer can’t stir in several hours, a batch disperser is able to disperse within only a few minutes. The effectiveness of IKA dispersers is based on the rotor-stator principle. The rotor’s high circumferential speeds provide for the necessary shear force required for the reduction of liquid droplets or solid particles.

ULTRA-TURRAX® batch dispersers are available in 3 different series. All models are characterized by a simple, robust design. The machines of type UTC and the machines for the pharmaceutical industry of type UTS are suited for installation on open or closed vessels. UTE machines are designed for bottom entry.

ULTRA-TURRAX® batch dispersing machines, available in various pilot and production sizes, are used to mix in vessels with volumes of 100 up to 6,000 litres.

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The ULTRA-TURRAX® UTE is a high-performance dispersing machine designed for bottom entry into vessels. It mixes, emulsifies, and disperses free-flowing or liquid media with a viscosity of up to 5.000 mPas in batch operation. Using the rotor-stator-principle, the UTE is best suited for applications that cannot be accomplished using conventional stirring methods.

Strong vortices as well as aeration are avoided with the UTE machine, even when very low fill levels occur in the tank or vessels are emptied during stirring or dispersing.

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