Single Shaft Dispersers
Highly-engineered systems for low-medium viscosity applications.
Single-shaft dispersion systems are generally used for products with viscosities below 50,000 centipoise and where particle size reduction within a homogeneous mixture is necessary. Within our single-shaft dispersion system offering, we can provide our proprietary Roto-Pin(TM) hydraulic head swivel option to automatically rotate the mixer between multiple tanks and cleaning stations. To see this system in action, please click here.Request A Quote
Stainless Steel: 304, 316, 17-4 PH
Specialty Alloys: Hastelloy, Inconel
Carbon Steel: High-Strength
AC Variable Frequency Speed Adjustment
Mechanical Speed Adjustment for Cost-Effective Control in Explosion-Proof Areas
Taper-Lock Rotor Attachment for Blade Positioning and Height Adjustment
Dispersion systems should always be installed in accordance with local codes and safety requirements.
- Question 1: How do I know if a single-shaft disperser is the best fit for my application?
Single-shaft dispersers are generally suited for products with viscosities below 50,000 centipoise. These can often dramatically improve production rates compared to gentle agitation.
- Question 2: Does Steelcraft provide a warranty with its single-shaft dispersers?
Yes. Steelcraft stands behind its products, and warranty information for single-shaft dispersers is included in our general terms and conditions, available here.
- Question 3: Does Steelcraft provide after-sales support and service for its single-shaft dispersers?
Yes. Due to the complex nature of our products, Steelcraft can provide ongoing support and service to varying degrees based on customer requirements.
- Question 4: Does Steelcraft provide replacement parts and/or blades for its single-shaft dispersers?
Yes. Steelcraft provides a full range of standardized dispersion blades and can also provide replacement blades and impellers for custom applications and competitors' equipment.
- Question 5: Does Steelcraft provide lid and/or sealing solutions?
Yes. Steelcraft can provide systems with lids tailored to suit the mixing vessel as well as provide a variety of sealing solutions. This can safeguard operators and provide effective sealing for vacuum and pressure applications.