Static Mixers

Komax Static Mixers Redefine efficiency for Inline Mixing!

Static mixers are the single best idea when you’re looking for efficiency without the moving parts. A fixed arrangement of elements fully enclosed by your existing piping or tubing, the process-steam flow offers the necessary energy to complete the mixing process. They’re designed for applications where additives have already been placed in the stream. The Komax process uses a unique triple action mixing process that is highly efficient.

You choose line size, pressure drop, and the number of elements. Select from two, three, or four elements to meet your needs.

Our Triple Action Mixer offers a higher level of mixing than any other product on the market today. In stock, you get serious efficiency with a shortened time span, helping you to complete tasks faster.

All of our products are constructed from carbon steel, 316 stainless steel, PVC, and fiberglass. See each of our options on the “M” Series and “A” Series pages.

Not quite sure our in stock options fit your needs? We also offer custom configurations of these mixers so you can choose the right number of ports, various end fittings, and a number of different styles of mixing elements. Contact us now for your custom quote.

The Inline Mixing Difference

Wondering why you should consider a static mixer? They’re ideal for many different problems. From ensuring the heaviest of slurries are well blended to dealing with the thickest of pastes to simply mixing lower viscosity materials like water additives, they’re an effective way to get the job done fast.

Our motionless mixers come in a number of different pipe sizes, including ¾ inch to over 6 feet.

Take a look at a few of the mixing problems Komax motionless mixers are designed for: liquids, gasses, gas into liquid, reaction chemicals, slurries, particulate solids, dry powders, thermoplastic pellets, emulsification, emulsion breaking.

Don’t think they fit within your industry? Try again. We’ve made installations in waste water treatment facilities as well as plants within a number of industries including chemical processing, petro chemical, potable water treatment, crude oil sampling, pollution control, power generation, agriculture, and food processing.

What Are the Benefits of Static Mixing?

Komax offers real advantages over other inline motionless mixers. Take a look at a few of the benefits you can expect:

  • Predictability: From blending to dispersing to the reaction time, you know exactly what you’ll get each time.
  • Uniformity: You’ll always get the same temperature and velocity profile anywhere in the tank.
  • Efficiency: Gravity is often the only energy used to complete the mixing process.
  • Budget Friendly: Our mixers cost less from day one, and there aren’t any associated maintenance costs, so you can expect a long life that won’t break your bottom line.

Finding the Right Size

The steps below can help you solve any turbulent flow issues you may be encountering:

  1. Calculate the Reynolds number Re from Re = 3157QS/µD, and velocity from V = .408Q/D2 feet/sec. where Q = flow rate in US gpm, S = specific gravity, µ = viscosity in cp, and D = pipe inside diameter in inches.
  2. Start with graph one at the calculated velocity, and advance to your Reynolds number region. Then, move to the left to see number of elements you may need. Round to the nearest upper number.
  3. Move on to graph two at the velocity value and move vertically corresponding to the number elements. Then move across left to see the basic pressure drop. Correct for specific gravity and viscosity.



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