One of the primary goals of Mixer Direct is to help unlock the earth’s resources through process engineering and equipment. The difficulties of process manufacturing can pose troublesome obstacles to even the top ranking companies across the planet. As a one stop shop that seeks to meet the industrial mixing needs of our customers, we want every person we come into contact with to experience industrial mixing solutions for just about any application that can be dreamed up. Today we are going to share 3 free industrial mixing resources to download to help assist in selecting mixers.
Top Entry Mixers
Top entry mixers are designed for operations involving the largest applications throughout the world. Utilizing The Mixer Direct Top Entry line can be be explained within the realm of motors, gearboxes, controls, mounts, bearings, seals, shafts, impeller attachments, impellers, and surface finishes.
Side Entry Mixers
Side entry mixers are designed to take on the mixing of large volume applications with high flow efficiency for a broad spectrum of industries. This includes: crude oil, chemicals, water treatment, gasoline, pulp and paper, and more. When it comes to the selection of a side entry mixer a few things should be taken into consideration: successful liquid blending, proper heat transfer, and the elimination of stratification (forming of layers) and solids settling. Side entry mixers allows for mixing high volumes with the goal of reduced operating costs. Other major factors to consider when purchasing a side entry mixer include motors, gearboxes, seals, mounts, shafts, impellers, impeller attachment, impeller sizing, and tank placement.
High Shear Dispersers
Single shaft high shear dispersers are used in a variety of different industries including but not limited to adhesives, chemicals, coatings, inks, and paints. A quality high shear disperser should be made to efficiently impart powders into liquid while breaking-down agglomerations and liquid to liquid mixing such as emulsification. A few vital factors to take into consideration when selecting a high shear disperser should include batch size, lift type, container holder, safety shroud, digital speed controller, and portability.