Vacuum Emulsifying Mixer

Vacuum Emulsifying Mixer


Makwell is a reliable China-based company that manufactures vacuum emulsifying mixer machines, as well as filling machines and packaging equipment. Our line of mixers is used in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, food, and chemical industries to make a wide range of creams, ointments, lotions, and emulsions.

What is a Vacuum Emulsifying Mixer?

This vacuum emulsifier homogenizer is a complete system for making a viscous emulsion, dispersion, and suspension in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, food, and chemical industries, whether on a small or large scale.

What makes our vacuum emulsifying mixer stands out is that it uses the vacuum’s many useful features to optimize mixing and product handling performance. Controlling the mixing environment to make it a vacuum will not only stop aeration, which will damage the mixing blades, but it will also lead to mixtures with no air bubbles.

We manufacture various types of vacuum mixer machines to meet your emulsion requirements. From our line of vacuum emulsifier homogenizers, we are sure to have one that suits your needs. We offer mixer machines that handle big batches and large amounts of powdery products with working capacity ranges from 50L to 2000L. A machine that can mix small to medium batches of the same size works best with creams and more fluid products. And for making large emulsions all at once.

How Does Vacuum Emulsifying Mixer Works?

The vacuum emulsifier homogenizer works simply. First, the materials are put into the tank for mixing. The emulsifying mixing tank has fixed impellers with holes, mixing materials thoroughly. During operation, the blades rotate at varying speeds in both directions.

Forwarding mixing starts high-speed mixing while reversing mixing starts low-speed mixing. The material will be conveyed up by the front blade and down by the reverse blade. You may choose from various vacuum mixer machines based on operating capacity and speed, depending on the use of the mixing unit.

The two opposing forces keep loading and mixing the materials, which are then flung out in the middle by centrifugal force. This is done repeatedly until the materials are well mixed, spread out, and mixed together. So, the heat from the jacket quickly gets to every part of the body through the inner wall.

The equipment operates entirely under vacuum, with the vacuum pump pushing air out of the mixing tank. The protective vacuum sensor will maintain normal liquid pressure. In this case, it is assumed that there is very little or no extra air in the system.

Work Process Objectives

De-aeration (remove air or gas from)

By getting rid of voids, deaeration lowers the number of product failures. When making cement or epoxy-based composites, this often happens when they are put under stress.


Deoxidation removes oxygen from the mixing system so that sensitive ingredients don’t break down or bad chemical reactions don’t happen. Oxygen help microorganisms grow, which can mix into ingredients.

✔ Drying Under Vacuum

Moisture and solvent are pushed out by the heat made when there is low pressure and a vacuum. With a vacuum, instantly change materials from slurry to paste and from paste to granules or dry powder.

Recycling of Solvents

Solvents pulled off by a vacuum are easy to condense and catch. This keeps them from putting harmful chemicals into the air both inside and outside the plant. The processor can then either reuse the solvents or get rid of them in a way that is good for the environment.

 Adding Liquid or Solid 

Under a vacuum, it is possible to add liquids and light powders to a batch through a port in the vessel that is below the surface. This speeds up the mixing process, especially because powders get wet right away.

Densification (making denser)

When a batch is stirred and deaerated under a vacuum, it becomes denser than it was before. This lets us mix the product more efficiently and ship it for less money. When a material is denser, its physical properties often get better.

Stripping by Vacuum

The temperature of your batch material can be lowered by using evaporation. This is especially helpful when the batch material gets so thick that it is no longer in constant contact with the vessel wall and no longer transfers heat from the vessel wall to the cooling fluid.

What are the benefits of using a Vacuum Emulsifying Mixer?

Get Rid of Voids

Higher drying efficiency at lower temperatures.

Less Waste and Better Sanitation

The vacuum emulsifier homogenizer has a scraper made of Teflon or nonstick covering. This material is easy to clean, hard to dissolve in all solvents, and can handle high temperatures. The scraper collects materials that can be thrown away without stopping the process.

Little to No Air System 

The whole mixing system is a closed-loop, which means that unwanted air can’t get into it. Letting little or no air into the system prevents cavitation when bubbles form in a liquid and damage the blades. This increases the vacuum mixer machine’s operating life.

Adaptable Mixer Machine

We manufacture different types of mixers with a wide range of viscosities and uses. Their range of pumps and process systems are made to work well in harsh environments while measuring, processing, and analyzing product materials.

Quality Control

Our vacuum emulsifying mixers met CGMP standards. Designing, monitoring, and controlling manufacturing processes and procedures according to CGMP is essential for maintaining a high-quality product in manufacturing facilities.

By following the CGMP rules, manufacturing operations ensure identity, strength, and quality. CGMP also sets up strong quality management systems and solid operating procedures and monitors any changes in product quality.

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