High Speed Mixers Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of high speed mixers manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top high speed mixers manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any high speed mixers company can design, engineer, and manufacture high speed mixers to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach high speed mixers companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of dual asymmetrical mixers, centrifugal mixers, and force mixers.

Related Categories

More High Speed Mixers Companies Click

ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

  • Admix Powder Induction System

    The Admix Fastfeed powder induction system offers rapid incorporation and wetting out of challenging powders. It features a pump that provides continuous suction, delivering controlled feed rates up to 450 lb/min. To ensure 100% dispersion and consistently smooth product for any batch size, as viscosity and solids level increase, vacuum feed rates are easily adjusted with regulating valves, allowing many applications to be finished in just one pass through the shear zone. For full hydration of gums, slurries are recirculated to create fully functional ingredients in minutes not hours...

Industry Information

High Speed Mixers

High speed mixers are used in industries like pharmaceuticals, food processing, paint manufacturing, cleaning supply manufacturing and more. When a substance needs to be granulated, cooled, dispersed or homogenized during processing, a high speed mixer is able to quickly move the material so that it is ready for whatever the next step may be. High speed mixers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from small high speed lab mixers to factory-sized high speed mixers than can hold and mix hundreds of gallons of material at one time. These high speed mixers do not all have inner components that spin like a rotor mixer; some of them simple spin an entire container vertically or horizontally at high speeds to achieve the desired effect.

In a lab setting, high speed mixers are used to process chemical or blood samples. These samples are obviously very small; usually just large enough to fill a test tube. They are placed in a high speed mixer that sits on top of a table or shelf. Batch mixers are typically much larger and they are operated by automated or manual controls in a warehouse or factory. The high speeds that their large electric motor produce create enough velocity to achieve the necessary consistency in a mixture but it moves on to the next process or goes to a plant for packaging. High speed mixers save time because they work so efficiently, but they also allow for quality mixing that would be otherwise impossible. Certain materials would not break down to the right size and texture for their final applications unless these extreme high speeds were achieved during their mixing.

Some specialized high speed mixers known as dual asymmetrical centrifugal force mixers are used in laboratory applications where air bubbles need to be eliminated from a substance. These machines spin an arm quickly in one direction, while a small container mounted on the arm that is full of the test substance spins at the same time in the opposite direction. No blades are necessary for this type of mixing, and the right balance in the substance can often be attained in just a few seconds.

Rotor MixerFrain Industries - Powder Twin Mixer

Rotor MixerFrain Industries - Liquid Disperser Mixer







Move to Top