If you’re ready to scale up your dispersion process, our range of Kreis Dissolvers by Niemann are perfect for all types of dispersion task.
Designed and manufactured in Niemann’s purpose-built factory that always ensures the highest standards and quality, Kreis Dissolvers allow for efficient dispersion across a wide range of products. This even includes fumed silica, which is notoriously difficult to handle, and can be wetted out quickly and efficiently.
The standard KDV is the base Kreis dissolver, which carries the following features and benefits:
• Floor-mounted dissolver
• Use of moveable mixing containers
• Production of medium to high-viscous products
• Batch sizes of 30 to 5000 litres
• Motor power from 6.8 to 160 kW
• Drive by modern frequency converter technology or mechanical NIEMANN pulley-drive system
• Height-adjustable toothed disc
• Suitable and developed for use with a highly concentrated mill base.
Applications for this standard KDV dissolver include industrial coatings, sealants, adhesives, fillers, printing inks, floor coverings and composite materials.
At Fullbrook Systems, we also offer:
• The top-mounted ADV Kreis Dissolver, designed for larger product volumes 2000l - 15,000l deal for use in a highly concentrated initial dispersion quantity
• The V KDVB Butterfly Twin Shaft for mixing, dispersing and vacuum deaeration of ultra-high viscosity and thixotropic products
• The V KDV Vacuum Dissolver, for dispersion where deaeration is required.
• The Swinging Head Dissolver, perfect to produce large batches of medium to high-viscous products
• The ADV-TS Triple Shaft Dissolver, for the production of sealants, adhesives and paints with batch sizes up to 10,000 litres.
Using a patented double suction disc, viscosity dependent speed control and a unique Niemann process and dispersion technology, Kreis Dissolvers guarantee excellent dispersion results and reduced batch times.
Suitable for mixing, dispersing, dissolving and evacuating medium to high viscosity products, find out more about how these excellent dissolvers can help you today.
Please contact us on: 01442 876777 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist with your enquiry.
Whether you’re working in a research laboratory or in production, our comprehensive range of DISPERMAT milling equipment is here to help.
The APS Vertical Bead Mill is a versatile batch milling system often used in paint and coating development and production. Employing a vertical mill for dispersion and fine grinding is a proven and efficient technique for reducing particle size when standard dispersion needs to be stepped up.
The Dispermat APS Milling Systems allows a Dispermat dissolver to be converted into a vertical batch bead mill, and provides the following benefits:
• Fast dispersion results in a short period of time
• Milling bead size from 0.2mm
• Vacuum mill option
• Ceramic lining option.
The horizontal Dispermat SL-B Bead Mill can be used for the fine grinding of batch sizes of 150 to 750ml. This technology allows for the easy and fast development of products, and offers optimum temperature control, low dead volume, and a user-friendly experience.
For fine grinding of up to 50 litres, try the Dispermat SL Bead Mill, or the Dispermat SL Nano for fine grinding with milling beads of 0.1mm.
For those wanting to finely grind large volumes of temperature-sensitive products, the Dispermat RS Bead Mills are an ideal solution.
This horizontal bead mill has a compact, functional design that ensures easy and safe handling, and can be operated in the single pass, as well as the circulation process, producing fantastic grinding results.
Other special benefits include a cooled drive shaft with double bearing, and pressure control by a manometer with electrical contact.
Dispermat bead mills are a popular choice for fine grinding across many industries and applications, including:
• Printing inks
• Pigments and additives
• Dyestuffs and varnishes.
For more information about bead mills, their applications and how they can help your research and development, please contact us at: email@example.com or call us on: 01442 876777.
If you’re looking to characterise fluid behaviour under flow, then Turbiscan’s Fluidicam provides an ideal solution.
Pushing together your test sample and a viscosity standard through a microfluidic chip at controlled rates, images of the flow are then taken with a dedicated camera, where the position of the interface is measured.
The camera also makes it possible to visualize the inside of the channel at any time, before, during and after the experiment. If the viscosity of your sample changes, it will occupy a different volume in the chip and interface position will vary.
In just a couple of minutes, the designated software automatically adjusts flow rates of both fluids to reach desired shear rates and centralize the position of the interface for higher precision.
Data treatment also allows you to visualize the resulting images, and exclude any incorrect image, making the measurement even more reliable.
The main benefits of the Fluidicam include:
• Wide range of shear rates (100 to more than 100000 s-1) and viscosity (0.1 to 200,000 cP)
• Extreme accuracy even at low viscosities (better than 1% accuracy)
• Easy set up process
• Small sample volume (< 500 μL for a measurement point)
• Simple, low-cost chip design
• Additional replicates can be made with no user intervention nor resampling and always working on a fresh sample.
The enclosed system means volatile, fast-drying samples can be easily characterised. The option to choose the reference solutions with the Fluidicam means that either relative or absolute viscosity can be measured, too.
Another additional benefit is the specifically designed heating plate, which reduces the time needed to adjust the temperature and makes it possible to measure viscosity from 4 to 80 degrees in less than 15 minutes.
The Fluidicam can be used for a wide range of applications across the paint and inks, home and personal care, pharmaceutical, oil and petroleum, food and beverages and chemical industries.
This innovative optical rheometer is a popular solution for accurate viscosity analysis, even for extremely liquid samples.
To find out more, and get some samples tested for free, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on: 01442 876777.
October 2016 Fullbrook Systems Ltd move to new premises in Hemel Hempstead. After being in the same offices for many years the company moved to more suitable premises