Enevor designs and manufactures the V Impeller and seeks partners to
become a part of this giant leap forward in mixing technology.
The V impeller concept of a forced vortex flow was first discovered by Carl Bachellier in 1979 when he was 16 years old and was originally intended to be a silent, non-cavitating propulsion system for military ships.
Years later, when attending McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario as a Psychology student, it became the subject of an engineering theses as a mixer device. The previous year, a propeller mixer had been the subject of some research and the equipment was still in place. During the experiments, it was found to mix water up to 7x faster than the propeller, using much less power to do so.
Over the years, the design has been improved and discoveries have been made. One of those discoveries is “what constitutes a mixed product?” Refining the design and developing the V6 has been about perfecting this approach.
The V6 technology creates a perfect fluid flow, and it is that flow that evenly distributes particles throughout a vessel. It does so without damaging them. It is so effective that it can mix liquid soap with water at high rpm’s without any foaming.
Today, we see so many advanced materials processes perfect for the V6 in water treatment, oil, mining, gas, biotech, pharmaceutical and chemicals.
Shows the intake vortex and complete mixing within seconds with no shear.
Enevor's V Impeller can be yours to license in your industry.
We're ready to talk about the future of mixing systems. Are you?
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