The emulsification tank works by utilizing high shear forces to mix two immiscible liquids, such as oil and water, to create a stable emulsion. The tank has a rotor-stator system that creates high velocity turbulence in the liquid mixture, which breaks down the droplets of one fluid into smaller size and forces them to combine with the other fluid. This process creates a homogenous emulsion that is stable enough to be stored or further processed. The tank may also have heating and cooling systems to maintain a consistent temperature during the emulsification process. The emulsification tank is commonly used in industries such as food and beverage, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical for the production of products such as salad dressings, creams, lotions, and ointments.
Post time: Apr-24-2023