Magnetic agitation consists of an agitation process which is created by means of a rotor/stator situated in the bottom of the reactor tank in an eccentric position. The turbine is coupled by means of magnets which thereby convert it into a totally aseptic system, which can be easily cleaned and quickly installed.
The system is based on a mixing process for the dispersion of low viscosity products. The mixture flows from the turbine towards the upper part of the tank, creating a vortex which is then separated into a laminated flow running down the walls.
The tank does not grind or reduce the particle size; it mixes substances (homogenous / heterogeneous), in equal or different states of aggregation.