Item #: CASE NO: 503
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Description 

MATERIAL:

Fatty alcohol and Ester Sulfate (Sour Ester) for detergent used in shampoos.

PROBLEM:

Add Ester Sulfate to fatty alcohol through wide range of viscosities while avoiding gel specks.

RESULTS:

Dicon successfully dispersed Sour Ester into 10 different products.  Recirculation rate 250 gpm.  Viscosity ranged from 30 cps. to 10,000 cps. with final viscosity equal to 1,000 cps.

AB MIXER:

Model 6 x 3 Dicon, toothed impeller/liner, 30 HP, 3600 RPM, 3/8" grid.  Dicon installed 2 feet below 5,000 gallon tank.  Total discharge head of 20 feet.  Sour Ester feed through inlet stub approximately 1/2" from Dicon impeller.

EQUIPMENT
REPLACED:
Centrifugal pump.
BENEFITS:Sour Ester feed rate increased.  Reduced process time by 20%.  Gel specks eliminated.  Saponification cleaner with less generation of "off spec" side reactions.