Agitation forms include liquid-liquid, liquid-solid, and liquid-vapor. The figure below describes the main purposes of agitation for each agitation form.

Agitation forms and purposes


Typical application fields and applications

Agitation operations are used in many products we see and in many places associated with our lives. Some of them are listed below. Agitators function as devices that handle important roles in each of their installation locations.

General chemical industry Preparation, reaction, etc. of chemical solutions such as acids and alkalis
Petroleum industry Preparation, reaction, etc. of hydrocarbon liquids, asphalt, lubricating oils, etc.
Resin industry Polymerization reaction, crystallization, sedimentation prevention, etc. of ABS, PTA, PVC, PP, and other resins
Rubber industry Rubber dissolution, homogeneous mixing, etc.
Adhesive industry Rubber dissolution, homogeneous mixing, etc.
Painting ink industry Varnish reaction, mixing, homogeneous mixing, material dispersion, etc.
Magnetic material industry Material dispersion, preparation, and storage
Paper making industry White clay dispersion, starch dispersion, steaming, paint homogeneous mixing, and valve mixing
Pharmaceutical industry Preparation, etc. of chemical solutions
Food industry Manufacturing, etc. of fruit juice, dairy products, seasoning, and sweets
Fermentation/brewing industry Preparation etc. of sake, beer, and wine
Mining industry Hydrometallurgy = metal slurry reaction, homogenization, sedimentation prevention, etc.
Ceramic industry Clay dissolution, etc.
Environmental facilities For flue-gas desulfurization equipment, water treatment, etc.
Civil engineering and construction industry Mortar mixing, cement draining treatment, etc.

Examples of how agitator is used in a manufacturing plant


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