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SHAMPOO& DETERGENT MIXERS

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Industrial mixers are machines that combine, emulsify and homogenize material to create a single substance. Mixers can combine any liquid or solid to create a final product. They are used in many industries throughout the manufacturing and processing process. Mixers can work with many materials thanks to their powerful motors. These machines are used in many industries, including cosmetic, pharmaceutical, research and laboratory, chemical, food and drink, pulp and paper and automotive. Mixers have seen a great deal of improvement over the past 100 years. They can also take large amounts of material at once without deterioration. Types of mixers for industrial applications Paddle Mixers Paddle mixers can be used to mix, blend, and condition dry friable materials, as well as sludges and slurries. It is constructed with large paddles that turn around a horizontal rotating axis. Static Mixer Static mixers have flat, thin, and ribbon-shaped blades. Because there are no moving parts in static mixers, their name is aptly derived from this. Static mixers contain strategically-designed blockages that forcefully blend the materials together. Because of their simple layout, they are easy to clean and maintain. Mixer for High Shear High shear mixers are faster than static mixers and can be used for disintegration, dispersion and emulsification as well as homogenization of a wide range of liquid and solid materials. This is a great application for industries like food prep, paper, pulp, and pharmaceuticals. Drum Mixer Drum mixers are built to blend low-to-medium-viscosity materials such as cement or adhesives. These mixers are made of gallon drums, which rotate to mix materials with greatly varying particle sizes. Food Mixer Mixing certain ingredients with food processing mixers gives a product a specific effect. Mix, blend, and beat edible ingredients. Due to strict food safety and health regulations, mixers need to be thoroughly cleaned. Blender Blender is a mixer with sharp blades and that works at high speeds. These mixers are ideal for breaking down material into smaller pieces. Planetary Mixer Planetary mixers can be used for cooking and chemical mixing. Its name comes from the orbital pattern of mixing around the outer edges and bowls of mixers bowls along an elliptical, or circular axis. Homogenizer Homogenizers can be used to completely blend and disintegrate materials. A specific type of industrial homogenizers can be used to mix any liquid or soluble which requires high-quality mixing products, such as oil, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Emulsifier Similar to homogenizers but with a higher speed, emulsifiers use a perforated screen. This allows you to mix materials that would otherwise be difficult to blend. Agitator Processing liquids with low viscosities like liquids requires agitators. Agitation is used as a secondary process in the overall processing process. Batch Mixer Mixers that are batch-type can be used to mix materials of different lengths. Mixers are used to mix a single material load and then they are refilled with the next material or batch. Ribbon Mixer Ribbon mixers have no moving parts and are therefore static. Instead, the flat, thin blades act as roadblocks to ensure that all materials are mixed properly. This allows materials to be mixed and matched together. Mixer for Industrial Use An industrial mixer is a large container or tank that holds the materials. It also has blades that use force to move the materials. Industrial mixers are most commonly used in large-scale commercial production because they can process large quantities of materials. In-Line Mixer In-line mixers are mixers that are placed within pipes or in line to material flow. Mixing the contents is done directly within the pipe, rather than in the tank. They can process large quantities of material with very little horsepower. They also have a steady turnover of batches. There are two main types of inline mixers: the static in-line mixer and the dynamic in-line mixer. Dynamic in-line mixing uses a combination high-speed rotating parts with pump pressure. Static mixers are made using contoured stationary parts. Mixer Stand Mounted on top of the motor to allow them to stand straight up. Stand mixers make it easy to diversify. They are available in a variety of sizes, from 1-gallon countertop styles to larger commercial models up to 25 gallons. Portable Mixer Mixers that are portable can be taken from one location to another in order to mix and blend.
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