Chemical Mixing Tanks
Mixer Direct has a large selection of chemical mixing tanks but also specializes in getting a custom stainless steel vessel tank quickly designed and built using our pre-engineered designs to which we can add fittings and mountings for both stainless steel, carbon steel, and poly tanks vessels. If you need a mixing vessel not listed here like ASME or carbon steel, contact our sales department and we can most likely get tank vessels shipped to your door at a great price.
However, we don't just specialize in getting you a great price but give you options and ideas to improve your industrial mixing tanks in ways that you may have not considered. With over a decade of experience, designing thousands of chemical mixing tanks with agitators or without, for hundreds of different industries, our engineering department can not only build what you specify but can add the value of new solutions. Many can fabricate a mixing tank with an agitator, but very few can turn your tank challenge into an innovative success.
Learn More About Chemical Mixing Tanks
If you're looking to upgrade your equipment and enhance the liquid processing functions of your facility, it's best that you have access to a large selection of chemical mixing tanks. We at Mixer Direct make it easier than ever to find a high-end, durable mixing vessel made from the toughest materials. Whether you work directly in the chemical industry or with adhesives and sealants, we provide customers with many hardware options and even offer additional tank customization if needed.
If this is your first time buying a vessel/tank and you have questions, please view some of our frequently asked questions below or contact us today. We'll not only clear up any confusion you have, but we'll point you in the right direction to help you find an appropriate mixing vessel.
Which Vessel Tank Bottom Head is Best for My Applications?
At Mixer Direct, our vessel tank bottom head options come in four separate categories: flat, slope, cone and dish. The tank vessels we carry are finely tuned to serve customers from all types of industries, but each bottom head has a particular advantage. These benefits are as follows:
- Flat tank vessels offer complete neutrality with a geometric shape that keeps a constant mixing motion.
- Slope tank vessels offer extremely efficient and accessible draining.
- Cone bottom heads also offer great draining, except they should not be used with applications involving solids suspension.
- Dish bottoms are better than cone bottoms for solids suspension, but a longer mixing shaft is required for these setups.
What Wetted Material Should I Choose When Ordering a Mixing Vessel?
You can purchase a mixing vessel in 304SS, 316SS or polyethylene wetted materials. Choosing a vessel tank based on these three material options will depend entirely on your application. For instance, 316SS material offers much more chlorine resistance than 304SS wetted material. Polyethylene chemical mixing tanks, on the other hand, are a more budget-friendly option for individuals who don't want a stainless steel tank.
Do Your Tanks Have Steam/Heating Jackets or Insulation Options?
Yes, ASME and non-ASME options for heating jackets and 2" stainless steel clad insulation is a standard add-on.
Get the Perfect Mixing Vessel With the Help of Mixer Direct
No matter what type of bottom head it features or the kind of material it's made from, each mixing vessel is capable of delivering excellent performance at all levels of liquid processing. Here at Mixer Direct, we have specialists to help you determine which tank vessel is best for your individual needs. Our friendly and transparent staff is dedicated to helping you make the most informed decisions when shopping our store, which is why we offer a full blog section of valuable information. Browse our chemical mixing tanks and purchase your equipment today.