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Batch Mixers Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of batch mixer manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source batch mixer manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate batch mixer companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer batch mixer for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading batch mixer 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 small batch grain mixers, bulk mixers, or rotary batch mixers.

  • Scarborough, ME

    Are you searching for the best batch mixers? Here at KADY International it is our goal to develop the most innovating batch mixers while utilizing the strongest materials available. Our mixers are designed with the premilling process in mind and through this process you can eliminate multiple media mill passes while increasing capacity with a higher flow rate. These mixers will save you time for clean up and will also save you money! Please visit our website or give us a call to learn more!

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  • Carol Stream, IL

    Frain Industries offers a diverse range of batch mixers! Our various types of mixers offer customers the mixers they are looking for when it comes to batch mixing. Our engineers and technicians can customize batch mixers to fit the unique needs of our customers. To learn more about our various types of mixers, call one of our representatives today or visit our website!

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  • Hauppauge, NY

    Ross is a manufacturer of industrial mixing, blending and dispersion equipment since 1842. We offer sanitary, standard and custom equipment designed to meet the varied mixing requirements of our customers from virtually all the process industries. Our plants in the United States, China and India are all fully equipped with advanced engineering and production tools. In the US alone, we operate five plants and maintain an 8000-sq.ft. Test & Development Center. Call us or visit our website today!

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  • Londonderry, NH

    Our in-tank and inline batch mixers are all-stainless steel, durable, and come in a variety of output speeds. With decades of application, process and ingredient experience, our engineers will find the best mixer configuration for your product and application. We also offer free ingredient testing in our fully equipped pilot lab and a full process assurance guarantee. Visit admix.com/batch-mixers

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  • Aston, PA

    Maguire Products serves the plastic industry by providing the necessary equipment. Our manufactured products include purging recovery systems, sweeping systems, dryers, feeders, pumps, granulators and more. We also have a variety of models among our blenders, of which the most popular and worldwide famous are the Maguire Weigh Scale Blenders. Visit our website and learn more!

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  • Carlstadt, NJ

    Our batch mixers can handle high-volumes of batches of varying shear levels. These units are fully tested with your specifications and you are not required to buy our products if you are not satisfied with our capability testing. Our fast and reliable customer support will always assist you with your batch mixers. You can trust our mixers to last you for years and we are ambitiously developing the newest innovations in mixing technologies. Please contact us for more information!

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  • New Prague, MN

    Scott Equipment Company is an industry leader in the manufacturing of custom processing equipment, and has served a multitude of industries since our inception in 1966. Markets such as food, agricultural, and waste reduction have benefited from our state-of-the-art equipment. Our line of products include batch mixers, rotary drum mixers, industrial blenders, and more. Contact Scott Equipment today!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

NETZSCH Offers Years of Industry Experience and Leadership

Mixers Located in Exton, Pennsylvania, NETZSCH Premier Technologies LLC is the North American subsidiary of the global NETZSCH group of companies. With over 140 years of manufacturing experience, NETZSCH is a leader in the design and manufacture of batch and continuous processing equipment for wet and dry grinding and dispersing applications. Our products are used to process chemicals, paints, pigments, inorganic matter/minerals, sealants and adhesives, ceramics, and various biotechnology compounds. We can design and build solutions specifically for your application that will have a long and efficient service life. Read... Read More

Mixing in Batches

The mixing of materials is crucial for many manufacturing companies in order for them to make their products. It is often the first of many steps taken in order to produce a product. To allow for high volumes of mixing to happen at once, industrial mixers are used to get the job done. These mixers are very large in size as well are the mixing blades used to ensure a proper mix is accomplished. One of the most common types of mixers used is the batch mixer which is a... Read More

Batch Mixers: Industry's Favored Mixing Resource

The term batch mixer is kind of an imprecise term. If you were to look in Google's image search function and search for an image of a batch mixer, you'd see a wide variety of products that don't really look like each other. There might be mixers with rotating chambers that look like the cement mixers you might see at construction sites. You could also see simple mixers that look, from the outside, like suspended hoppers or funnels. Or, you could see batch mixers that look like the mixer in... Read More

Mixer Direct: Dedicated to Making Business Simple

Batch Mixers Mixer Direct offers a variety of options for mixing and storage applications. We supply over 270 mixer configurations, from laboratory mixers to large industrial batch mixers. Mixer Direct also supplies specialized equipment such as explosion-proof, low shear, high shear, or air-driven mixers. Mixer Direct is recognized for our ability to not only create outstanding mixers but also for setting an industry standard. Read More...... Read More

Continuous vs. Batch Mixers

When it comes to industrial mixers, there are many viable options depending on application. Mixers can be classified into two categories; batch mixers and continuous mixers. Both have their advantages and can be used to mix concrete. Batch mixers are typically used to produce construction materials for interior and exterior projects whereas continuous mixers are applied in the food, chemical, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries. Batch mixers are industrial mixers used to produce precise mixtures in single batches. These are very high capacity mixers and can mix batches up to one... Read More

2 Kady Mills Shipped to Brazil

2 Kady Mills Shipped to Brazil         Take a quick look at 2 large Kady Mills being loaded into an ocean container to be shipped to Brazil. Note, the machines are disassembled. The mills were fully assembled , tested and then disassembled and loaded for shipment. These 350 h.p. Machines are going to be used in a vary large minerals facility processing clay which will ultimately be used for paper coatings. They are 1000 gallon batch mills that will be used in a continuous flow mode.... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Batch Mixers

Batch mixers are industrial mixers that work with a single load of material at a time before being refilled with one load after another. Industrial mixers typically have two modes: batch and continuous-feed. Batch mixing is the more common of the two kinds.

The mixing of batch mixers begins after a substance is poured into the industrial mixer. Once mixing is complete, the substance is poured out of the mixer for further processing and the mixer is then cleaned before being refilled. Batch mixers are capable of mixing a wide range of products from fine powders to heavy, dense, materials like cement. There is no single mixer that is automatically a batch mixer; practically speaking, almost any mixer can work in batches. Continuous-feed mixers are usually placed in a production line that carries materials and products through an automated system. Batch mixers may also be part of a production line; however, the line would be required to pause and come to a standstill as the mixer completes one batch at a time. There are countless substances batch mixers are used for including beverage, medicine, toothpaste, glue and petroleum product industrial mixers. Batch mixers are also readily used for cementing services, as they consistently provide cement slurries of consistent densities. Batch mixers are common in the food processing, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and toiletry, chemical, agricultural, pulp and paper, automotive and adhesive and sealant industries.


High shear mixers and agitators are the two common types of batch mixers. High shear mixers are industrial mixers that utilize counter-current mixing, which places very high parallel forces upon substances. During counter-current mixing, the mixing pan and the mixing tools rapidly revolve in opposite directions, resulting in substance uniformity. Agitators are industrial mixers that are powered by impellers to mix substances with low viscosities in low-shear applications. Agitators range in size from small agitators used in laboratory applications to large industrial agitators with 10,000-gallon capacities. Other blenders and mixers include ribbon blenders, paddle mixers, vacuum blenders and dryers. Ribbon blenders are horizontal blenders containing two helical blades, one inside the other, pushing the contents of the mixer both inwards and outwards for thorough shearing mixing action; typically used at full capacity to mix dry or powdered ingredients, ribbon blenders may blend wet ingredients as well. Paddle blenders are similar, moving dry or powdered ingredients laterally and radially with paddles radiating from a horizontal screw. Vacuum mixers and dryers can have horizontal or vertical construction and use a combination of low internal heat and vacuum pressure to blend the mixture while removing moisture.