Mixers come in different types, such as vertical, inline, tank bottom, and multitooth. Learn more about these mixers and how they can be used in various industries.

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Vertical Mixer

The Vertical Mixer provides a solution for dispersing, emulsifying, homogenizing and disintegrating solids in a wide range of products in the food processing, cosmetics, pharmaceutical and fine chemical industries.
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Inline Mixer

ME-4100 series inline high shear mixers offer the ability to pump, disperse, homogenize and emulsify products with one and the same equipment. Many chemical, food processing, pharmaceutical and cosmetic manufacturing processes require this system due to the lack of space inside the tanks for vertical or undertank mixers. These mixers are particularly useful in existing plants. They can work with the circulation tank, which reaches the best efficiency after the product passes through the mixer several times.
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Tank Bottom Mixer

The ME-6100 series of the high shear bottom of the tank mixers present a highly hygienic solution for the processes of dispersion, emulsifying, homogenisation and disintegration of solids in the food-processing, cosmetics, pharmaceutical and fine chemistry industries.

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Multitooth Mixer

The 8100X series multitooth mixers are employed in the applications requiring high shear for achieving a thorough emulsification.
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Mixers are one of the basic equipment that plays an important role in industrial production processes and accelerates mixing processes. Different types of mixers are designed to suit various industrial needs. In this article, we will focus on important categories such as vertical mixer, inline mixer, tank bottm mixer, and multi tooth mixer.

  1. Vertical Mixer: Vertical mixers are generally used to mix viscous or dense liquids. These mixers provide a mixing movement from top to bottom and work effectively to obtain a homogeneous mixture in the liquid. It is widely used in many fields, from the chemical industry to the food industry.
  2. In-Line Mixer: In line mixers are used in a system where fluid flows through a pipeline. These mixers are ideal for continuous processes and allow mixing without interrupting the flow in the production line. It is a popular option frequently used in the food and beverage industry, especially in beverage production.
  3. Tank Bottom Mixer: Tank Bottom mixers are generally used for homogeneous mixing of materials in large tanks. These mixers mix the material effectively thanks to the motor and propeller system located under the tank. It is frequently preferred in the chemical, pharmaceutical and petrochemical industries.
  4. Multi Tooth Mixer: Multi Tooth mixers are mixers that have more than one mixing element and are used to perform complex mixing processes. These mixers are ideal for mixing materials of different viscosities homogeneously. It is used in various sectors, from the cosmetics industry to the paint and varnish industry.

Mixers are indispensable equipment to increase efficiency and ensure quality in industrial production processes. The above mentioned varieties are designed to suit different industrial needs and have a wide range of applications.