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North & South America


www.stamixco-usa.com
Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa
www.stamixco.com

NORTH & SOUTH AMERICA


StaMixCo LLC
235 - 84th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11209 - USA
Tel: (718) 748-4600
Fax: (718) 833-8827
E-mail: stamixco@msn.com
Web Site: www.stamixco-usa.com

EUROPE, ASIA-PACIFIC, AFRICA


StaMixCo AG
Kronaustrasse 10
CH-8404 Winterthur, Switzerland
Tel: +41 (0) 52 338 17 11
Fax: +41 (0) 52 338 17 33
E-mail: info@stamixco.com
Web Site: www.stamixco.com

Static Mixing & Reaction Technology


Customer Technical Specification Inquiry Data Sheet
INSTRUCTIONS
Please Fill in Yellow Cells
All White Cells Protected From Changes

CONTACT INFORMATION
NAME
DEPARTMENT
TEL
COMPANY
CITY
COUNTRY

POSITION
DATE
FAX
ADDRESS
STATE

E-MAIL:
ZIP CODE

PROCESS DESIGN ENGINEERING DATA


Component
Fluid Name

minimum
Flow Rate
normal
3
[gpm, lb/h, m /h, l/m]
maximum
Viscosity 1)

[centipoise or Pas]

Density 2) [specfic gravity, lb/ft3 or kg/m3]


Interfacial Surface Tension3) [Dynes/cm]
Temperature (Operating)
[oF or oC]
Pressure (Operating) [psig, psia or bar]
1)
If viscosity is a function of shear rate, supply curve of shear rate vs. viscosity
2)
Density at operating temperature
3)
If liquid-liquid dispersion, provide interfacial surface tension at operating temperature in Dynes/cm

Description of Application

Experience with other static mixing or dynamic mixind devices for this application

Maximum Alloawable Pressure Drop Across Static Mixer

(psia, psig or bar)

Solubility: Are the Componenets Soluble in each other?

Soluble in Every Ratio

Insoluble in Each Other


Degree of Mixing Desired

Low (normally defined as "Pre-Mix Quality Homogeneity": 80% degree of mixing: CoV=0.2)

Medium (normally defined as "Good Quality Homogeneity": 95% degree of mixing achieved: CoV=0.05)

High (normally defined as "Very Good Quality Homogeneity": 99% degree of mixing achieved: CoV=0.01)
Describe Your Real-World Criterion for Measuring Desired Mixing Quality

Feeding of Components to Static Mixer

Uniform

Pulsating Flow

>>>>>>>

Pulsation Frequency (pulses/sec)

Reaction: Is there a reaction occuring between the feed components?

Yes

No

MIXTURE

Is a specific residence time required for the reaction?

Yes

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Residence Time Required

No

SEE PAGE 2 BELOW FOR MECHANICAL DESIGN SPECIFICATION

MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEERING DATA


Desired Static Mixer Scope of Supply

Mixing Elements Only

Housing + Mixing Elements


Preferred Housing Size
Pipe
Tubing
Special Bore

>>>>

Diameter

>>>>

Schedule of Pipe

>>>>

Outside Diameter

>>>>

BWG or Wall Thickness

>>>>

Inside Diameter

>>>>

Outside Diameter

Maximum Allowable Mixer Length


Flow Direction

Horizontal Flow
Upward Vertical Flow
Downward Vertical Flow

Materials of Construction

Mixing Elements

Pipe

Flanges
End Connections

Sparger for Additive

Plain Ends
Ends Prepared for Welding
Threaded Ends
Flanged Ends

>>>>

Flange Type

Flange Rating

Other End Connections >>>>>>

No
Yes

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Non-Removable (welded to pipe)

Removable
SMTSQ-V1.6 (11/1/2012)