Blenders Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of blender manufacturers and suppliers. Find blender companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture blender to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top blender manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the blender companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of double cone blenders, blending equipment, and industrial blenders of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Scarborough, ME 207-883-4141

    We offer the best blenders, mixers, and dispersion mills on the market. We ambitiously develop the newest and most innovating mixing products. Our 50 years of experience will ensure you that you are receiving the most state of the art blenders and our customer service team will support you long after the initial contact. We are eager to assist you with finding which blenders are best for your company. Please contact us today for more information!

  • Carol Stream, IL 630-629-9900

    Trust Frain Industries to provide you with the blenders and mixers that you need! We have over 30 years of experience in providing customers various types of blenders! Our engineers and technicians can customize blenders to fit your exact mixing needs. Our blenders and other mixing equipment are used in many industries including bakery, dairy, pharmaceuticals, food, beverage, and more! Contact one of our customer service representatives today!

  • Hauppauge, NY 800-243-7677

    Ross has the world’s largest inventory of Ribbon Blenders, Tumble Blenders and Vertical Blenders. Many sizes are always in stock for fast delivery. Our multi-million dollar inventory is your assurance that you can have the equipment you need, when you need it. Test on your own process line or in our Test and Development Center before you purchase. Ross blenders are the highest quality available from any manufacturer and capable of handling a wide range of blending and vacuum drying applications.

  • Londonderry, NH 800-466-2369, 1-603-627-2340, +45 (3213) 8743

    Admix blenders, mixers, and dispersion mills lead the market. With over 25 years of applications experience we continue to innovate and improve our blenders. Partnering with us ensures you're getting state-of-the-art blending equipment backed by a customer service team that supports you long after a sale. Let us find the best blender for your ingredient and application. Visit for our full portfolio!

  • Carlstadt, NJ 800-909-6070

    Here at ARDE Barinco Inc we have a passion to provide you with the most energy efficient and reliable blenders. We carefully develop the best blenders on the market and we are the specialists at finding the right solutions for any mixing problems. Let us help you in determining which products are ideal for you. We are a customer driven company and we desire to meet all your qualifications while supplying you with the highest quality products. Feel free to contact us today for more information!

  • Wood Dale, IL 800-524-2188

    Paul O. Abbe manufactures custom equipment and systems such as industrial blenders, industrial mixers, high shear mixers, batch mixers and agitators for a range of industrial markets. We provide the highest quality, most durable equipment available on the market today.

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Better Blenders On The Market

One big issue with blenders in the past was there alwaysseemed to be a trade off between noise level and power. Some blenders aredesigned for heavy duty tasks and intended for extended periods of use butthese blenders can often be loud. In situations where noise is a concern manyusers will turn to blenders that are quieter. Unfortunately these quietblenders have much less output compared to their loud counterparts. Innovatorsin the blending industry are taking interesting approaches to these issues ofnoise versus power. Manufacturers are also taking great strides in makingblenders more usable for a wide variety of industries.

Some manufacturers utilize new and unique blender designs totry and create blenders that will perform at a higher power rating but at lowerdecibels. Manufacturers are now creating blenders with enclosuredevices. By enclosing the blender it muffles the high-pitched whine sound thathas annoyed many operators.

Innovators have also been upgrading blender technologies tohave higher levels of functionality. Companies have integrated more digitalcapabilities with their blenders. These innovations include: touch screensliding controls for manual speed variable control, programming tools, and USBinterfaces. This USB component is especially interesting because it allows forongoing customizations with the blender. Most recipes call for different speedcycles based on the foodstuff and the desired viscosity. With these newblenders a user could find a recipe on the internet and then with the USB getthe exact speed variable to blend the food. These blenders are just anotherexample of the connective power and usability of the internet and newtechnologies.


Blenders mix substances with comparable viscosities into a homogenous solution. Industrial blenders are synonymous with industrial mixers. Sometimes the term “blenders” is used in reference to pieces of equipment with sharper blades that rotate at higher speeds in order to break down larger items but manufacturers frequently use the two terms interchangeably.

Blenders and mixers are used to thoroughly combine any type of liquid or solid during the manufacturing process; they are usually large tanks or vats with motorized blades or paddles that rotate on a stationary shaft or remain stationary themselves. Stainless steel is most commonly used, especially within the food and beverage industry because of the metal’s sanitary and hygienic properties. Other potential materials include aluminum, steel or cast iron. Because most consumable products contain various ingredients that have been mixed through this industrial process, blenders are widely used across many industries. Nearly all types of consumables or products that come into direct contact with people including beverages, pills and drugs, toothpaste, foods, petroleum products and many other products must be processed by blenders and mixers. Blenders are also used frequently in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, chemical, agricultural, pulp and paper, automotive, water treatment, adhesive and sealant industries.

Industrial blenders are generally composed of mixing blades, ribbons, impellers or propellers that are driven by a rotor-stator, a single rotor or a twin rotor. Certain applications require specific types of industrial blenders in order to achieve the appropriate consistency or end-product. Cost effectiveness and efficiency are often the most important considerations. Blenders have become more powerful, more efficient and more varied. Blades are machined to mix faster while the motors that power them are smaller and use less fuel than older models. Certain designs maximize certain benefits and the variety of blender shapes, sizes and abilities continues to expand. Some of the many types of industrial blenders include ribbon blenders, paddle blenders, vacuum blenders and dryers and agitators. 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. Another very common type of mixer and therefore blender is an agitator with a single or double impeller to mix products with high viscosities.
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