Two-blade, counter flow impeller, the MAG impellers have been postulated as very efficient for mixing highly viscous non-Newtonian fluids and is one of the most flexible impeller designs.
Intensive mixing of the vessel content and the liquid surface due to a complex up and down movement of the fluid, due to the opposite pitches of the inner an outer blade.
This impeller has been developed to combine good circulation with low shear.
This ensures short residence times at the liquid surface.
These impellers provide up to four times better heat transfer than the standard turbine impeller, due to the large blade diameter and proximity of blade tip to the vessel wall
These impellers are designed at high impeller/tank diameter ratio
For turbulent conditions require wall baffles, for laminar condition is used without wall baffles