The NETZSCH Epsilon inline disperser is unique on the market. Dispersion does not occur according to the conventional rotor-stator principle, in which high shear forces and a high energy input are used to disperse powder in liquid. The dispersion principle of the NETZSCH Epsilon has no stator through which the product flows, and no narrow shear gaps between the rotating and stationary parts.
With the Epsilon, NETZSCH offers a new, compact solution for producing homogeneous dispersions with reproducible quality in an inline process. Here, the dispersion process takes place in an atmospherically sealed processing chamber and is thus dust and emission free.
The Epsilon inline disperser is operated in circulation mode, whereby the powder can be fed from a bag via suction lance or bag feeding station. Alternatively, it can be fed via BigBag or from a silo.