Main benefits
  • Low energy consumption due to small pressure drop
  • Excellent mixing
  • Fast and cost-efficient solutions due to standardized design
  • Efficient mixing of additives injected upstream
  • Multiple additive feed possible
  • Wide variety of materials available, also for highly corrosive fluids
Main applications
  • Mixing of turbulent flows (liquids or gas)
  • Refinery
  • Oil and gas
  • Chemical industry
  • Fiber industry
KVM mixer
Detail of a Static Mixer SMI for universal turbulent mixing tasks

The KVM mixer features a pressure drop of only 11’’ of water column at 5 ft/sec. It can mix additives introduced upstream of the mixer or mix additives injected directly in front of the first mixing element. In order to allow the injection of multiple additives, the KVM mixer can also be supplied with multiple injection port connections. The KVM mixer allows mixing of additives without a sparger.

SMI Mixer
Detail of a Static Mixer SMI for universal turbulent mixing tasks

The geometry of both mixer types has been optimized with the help of CFD simulation. The mixing elements create large counter rotating vortices and ensure efficient mixing over the entire cross section of the pipe. The static mixer type SMI is mainly sold in Europe and Asia, whereas the KVM type is the standard product for the North and South American market. The SMI mixer has an open structure, which eliminates the risk of clogging.

Its key characteristics are:

  • Appropriate dosing options
  • Simple construction
  • Low pressure drop
  • Efficient mixing within a short distance
Technical specification KVM
Diameter from 2" - 48", larger diameters on request
Standard 316L SS with 150 flanges
Other materials PP, FRP, PVC, other materials on request
Remarks Special executions in other materials, or for installation in rectangular or square conduits are available on request
Technical specification SMI
Diameter from 25 mm - 250 mm
Standard material stainless steel, carbon steel
Flanges according to DIN 2501, ANSI B 16.5 or other standards
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