Even Mix’s latest article covers some of the most frequently asked questions about its steel tanks and IBC mixers.
Companies have been using and mixing stainless steel containers for a very long time. Before the advent of stainless steel, however, wooden tank mixers were commonly used, but these were often non-mechanised, meaning they were hand operated. That said Even Mix’s tank and IBC blenders have brought a completely different dynamic to the industry. Not only are the steel mixers available in different sizes or capacities, but they are also lighter yet more powerful. This has prompted many companies to inquire about which device is best for them.
One of the features that sets Even Mix mixers apart from all others in the industry is that the size of the tank per se doesn’t matter. This means that while larger tanks can hold more, smaller tanks won’t impede what can be mixed inside. Tri-clamp, flange connections and drum lids are designed to give the mixer additional flexibility. The approach means the mixers can be used in almost any industry and a single mixer can meet most of a company’s mixing needs.
Readers can read the blog about mixing steel tanks on Even Mix official website at https://evenmix.com/mixing-in-stainless-steel-totes.
“In addition to our stainless steel vessels we also have carbon steel vessel vessels which are not mentioned that often but serve a very important purpose in the chemical industry. The tanks are designed to mix and mix chemicals thoroughly. These tanks intentionally don’t have a shiny finish, and for those asking, it’s because some chemicals destroy the finish anyway.” Said Phil Rankin, President of Even Mix.
He added “We have a range of different mixers and tank mixers, each dedicated to a different industry. However, if you don’t mix chemicals, our stainless steel mixers are an absolute favorite.”
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Even mixTM is best known for using the latest technology and aerospace engineering to build pump technology and state-of-the-art variable pitch blades that offer true mixing technology. The mixing blades eliminate the need for a pin when installed and the blades can be used underneath. This also means that the paddles or mixers can be used in both plastic and linear drums.
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