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TRI-O® Chemical Mixer

The GL&V TRI-O® mixer is an efficient and compact design, primarily intended for medium and low consistency mixing applications.

 

The primary goal of the TRI-O® Mixer is to provide a cost effective mixer in terms of capital, operating and maintenance costs, while maintaining or improving the efficiency of the bleaching process. This mixer has achieved the highest measured mixing effectiveness to date with very low energy consumption. The TRI-O Mixer is designed for optimizing mixing of chemicals with pulp. The chemical inlet location and configuration has been optimized for both liquid and gas mixing. The turbulent rotor design incorporates slots and angles to achieve high intensity turbulence in the horizontal, vertical and axial directions. The casing design has stationary vanes positioned to prevent pulp and chemicals from bypassing the mixing zone.

Applications

  • Gaseous oxygen in Eo, Eop and O stages
  • Chlorine Dioxide
  • Hydrogen Peroxide

Materials of Construction

  • Stainless Steel
  • Titanium
  • Highest available mixing effectiveness
  • Reduced chemical usage
  • Reduced power consumption
  • Higher pulp quality
  • Improved mechanical reliability
  • Improved process and quality
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TRI-O® Chemical Mixer

The GL&V TRI-O® mixer is an efficient and compact design, primarily intended for medium and low consistency mixing applications.

 

  • Further Details

    The primary goal of the TRI-O® Mixer is to provide a cost effective mixer in terms of capital, operating and maintenance costs, while maintaining or improving the efficiency of the bleaching process. This mixer has achieved the highest measured mixing effectiveness to date with very low energy consumption. The TRI-O Mixer is designed for optimizing mixing of chemicals with pulp. The chemical inlet location and configuration has been optimized for both liquid and gas mixing. The turbulent rotor design incorporates slots and angles to achieve high intensity turbulence in the horizontal, vertical and axial directions. The casing design has stationary vanes positioned to prevent pulp and chemicals from bypassing the mixing zone.

  • Technical Information

    Applications

    • Gaseous oxygen in Eo, Eop and O stages
    • Chlorine Dioxide
    • Hydrogen Peroxide

    Materials of Construction

    • Stainless Steel
    • Titanium

  • Benefits

    • Highest available mixing effectiveness
    • Reduced chemical usage
    • Reduced power consumption
    • Higher pulp quality
    • Improved mechanical reliability
    • Improved process and quality

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