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Kenics Thermogenizers can be supplied with electrical band heaters and thermocouple ports for wall temperature control.
The appropriate Kenics static mixer model is selected, eliminating selection guesswork or the need for additional assistance.
Cybulski and Werner (1986) presented results for the Kenics, LPD and Komax mixers.
[6] Joshi, P., Nigam, K.D.P., Nauman, E.B., 1995, "The Kenics Static Mixer: New Data and Proposed Correlations," Chem.Eng.Journal, 95, pp.
The Kenics heat exchanger reportedly provided more efficient, cost-effective processing of the chemical.
In a short communication, Bakker and LaRoche (24) used CFD to compute flow fields in the Kenics static mixer, but their limited mixing analysis was based on a scalar transport approach and mixing structures were severely limited by mesh size.
Schilo and Ostertag [5] experimentally compared the mixing performance of the multiflux static mixer and the Kenics staticmixer.
They are equipped with streamlined Kenics Static Mixer elements.
Equipped with streamlined Kenics Static Mixer elements, the heat exchangers are reportedly the most efficient units available today.
The process consisted of a long segmented tube attached to a static mixer (Kenics type) which was in turn attached to the end of a single screw extruder (C.W Brabender, Model 1629) equipped with a PL-2000 computerized Plasticorder.
Most static mixers (Chemineer Kenics type, Sulzer SMX type, etc.) are designed only for mixing and are not used as reactors.
0.3-122 cm), Kenics KM static mixers are available in a wide variety of materials of construction, including all commercial metals and alloys, FRP, PVC/CPVC, and PTFE.