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JVNW MIXERs

JVNW, Inc. constructs mixers for vessels and tanks. JVNW mixers aid in heat transfer, mix ingredients or adjust the product using gas dispersion or emulsification.

 

The JVNW Mix Tank: Where all components are perfectly matched for efficiency and performance. Cleaning devices reach every corner and do not interfere with shafts and impellers. Instrumentation is properly located to avoid false readings. Heat transfer jacketing is sized for batch loads or zoned for flexibility.

 

The whole process from shaft sizing to seal design is more effective when it comes from one source, and that source is JVNW. We combine tank fabrication expertise with our Mixer Engineering Department to offer a wide range of experience in agitation technology.

 

JVNW Tank Technology + JVNW Mixer Technology

= The Ultimate Mix Tank

 

  • Faster start-ups
  • No mismatches
  • Pre-delivery assembly
  • Quicker delivery
  • Mixer-to-tank testing
  • Lower start-up costs

 

The following mixer designs are JVNW's standard models. Custom designs are also available to meet your specific needs. If a higher viscosity product is required than listed in the process parameters, please consult the factory.

 

 

Engineering Analysis

 

Sanitary Design Experience: JVNW engineers are well acquainted with 3A, ASME-B{E standards, and all applicable codes. The requirement to pass spray-ball coverage tests for mix vessels gives JVNW engineers a unique insight into CIP performance on mixers.


 

JVNW Rheology Lab

 

The Mixer Test Lab uses the principle of rotational viscosity measurement. A spindle is immersed in the fluid sample and the torque resistance is measured at a constant speed.


The programmable viscometer will accurately (= or - 1%) measure fluids with viscosities from 15 ­ 6,000,000 cps (centipoise). On-site analysis is a service offered by JVNW. NIST traceable viscosity standards, data capture and retention capability (including temperature) are also provided.

 

Our Mixer Lab will:

  • Define the fluid characteristics of your product
  • Assist in the development of new products
  • Quantify and measure JVNW mixer performance
  • Perform on-going scientific research and development

 

The rheology of the fluid is important, as well as the desired mixing levels, utilities available, time constraints, and any unusual consideration such as, explosive atmospheres, foaming or other unique mixing characteristics.

 

Viscosity Guide

 

Fluid

Viscosity

(Cent)

Water
1
Blood
70
Cough Syrup
190

Sugar Solution

68 Bric @ 60 F

360

Honey

@ 100 F

1,500

 

 

Gasket Materials Guide

 

Property Resistance
Buna-N
EPDM
Silicone
Fluoro-elastomer (Viton R)

Teflon R

Ozone
Fair
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Vapor & Heat
Fair
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Heat
Good
Good
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Cold
Fair-Good
Good
Excellent
Good
Excellent
Abrasion
Good
Good-Excellent
Fair-Good
Good
Fair-Good
Acid
Good
Good-Excellent
Good
Good
Excellent

Elastomers: Gaskets and O-rings are fabricated from food-grade compounds.