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Rotor Mixers Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of rotor mixers manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source rotor mixers manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate rotor mixers companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture rotor mixers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading rotor mixers manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for rotor-stators, blending equipment, or ribbon blenders.

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KADY has successfully designed and implemented rotor mixing systems for many different industrial applications. Our product`s top attribute is its ability to achieve very high-speed dispersions, saving up to 90% of production time over prop or blade mixers. This superior design and attention to customer needs have contributed to our status as industry leaders in mixing.
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Frain Industries exists to provide you with a complete, personalized solution to your industrial mixing needs. Our rotor mixers assist you in gaining a competitive advantage by getting your product to the market sooner. We also assist in sustainable solutions, design and engineering, project planning, procurement options, and field service on all products we offer.
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Ross manufactures the world's broadest line of High Shear Mixers - from traditional High Speed Dispersers and single-stage Rotor/Stator Mixers to new generation ultra-high shear patented mixing technologies. Our high performance rotor/stator mixers are available in sizes from benchtop through full-scale production, in batch and in-line configurations, with a multitude of options to help fine-tune mixer performance.
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Your high quality product deserves a high quality mixer! We are here to help our clients mix, disperse, deagglomerate, grind, and compound their product in the shortest amount of time with the lowest operating and capital cost. We create customized solutions to help you with mixing solutions, so let us know your unique requirements and specs and we can get started today!
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Rotostat high shear emulsifier solves mixing problems where conventional agitators, props, or dispersers require more horsepower or mixing time. It is a multi-functional mixer for dispersing, dissolving, emulsifying, homogenizing and suspending, and complies with 3-A, USDA-AMS, and AG-Canada safety standards. Visit Rotostat.com to improve your production process, lower your energy consumption, and optimize your capital costs.
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We are proud to be celebrating our over 30 years as world class leaders in the manufacture of premium quality commercial blending and processing equipment. Our rotor mixers are exceptionally well built, durable, and designed to strict safety and sanitary standards. We have our own line of standard sizes and models, or can custom build to your specifications. Visit our website or call today!
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Industry Information

Rotor Mixers

A rotor mixer uses metal blades or arms installed at the bottom of a container. These blades spin at variable speeds to mix substances. A basic and very common example of this is setup can be found in an everyday blender. A blender has a small electric motor that can operate at several speeds. This motor turns the small blades that blend your ingredients into a delicious smoothie when you turn it on. The high speed spinning motion combined with the chopping ability of the blades allows for fast processing of any foods placed in the blender. This same method is also used on a much larger scale for rotor mixers in a variety of industrial applications.

When a large rotor mixer is used for industrial purposes like chemical mixing or combining food ingredients, a strong electric motor is necessary to create enough power to mix substances of varying densities at high speeds. The rotor is fitted into the bottom of a large stainless steel drum, and it spins at speeds controlled by an exterior control panel. Sometimes blades or flat mixing arms are the rotating instrument, but many industrial rotor mixers are fitted with what is known as a rotor-stator head. This is a long narrow piece attached to the motor that reaches almost to the top of the container or tank. The rotor-stator has slotted openings that draw materials in and then hurl them outward again, creating a strong centrifugal force. This helps to break materials down to the smallest possible particle size.

Rotor mixers are used in industries like adhesives, chemical processing, food technology and production, pharmaceuticals, ceramics and more. Some rotor mixers are built to operate with different types of attachments, so when the tank is empty a head can easily be detached from the motor and replaced with a more appropriate implement. This can be very useful in industrial settings where the rotor mixer is needed for multiple types of mixing jobs. For instance, a ribbon blender could be used in place of a rotor-stator to mix powders, pet foods and seasonings. These are dry substances that require the spiral blades of a ribbon blender to move through the circumference of the entire container rather than create the centrifugal force generated by a rotor-stator and most often used in liquid mixtures.

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