The industrial revolution has brought about radical changes in the way people live today. Almost all the products we see are made in some kind of factory. To manufacture these innumerable products, industries around the world rely on a range of equipment to mix, heat, mold and package products. Several industries, including the production of plastics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, fertilizers, etc., need large industrial mixers to mix solid, liquid, granular and other particles with a homogeneous consistency for product production. Manual mixing of the product on an industrial scale is not possible, since it is not possible to achieve the consistency and uniformity that can be obtained when mixed with a blender.
Among the many industrial mixers available in the market, industrial blending machines are the most preferred. The reason for this is the design flexibility that this type of blender allows you to use, which makes them useful in various industries. You can request a design with welded and screwed joints, which is mainly used in the pharmaceutical and food industries, where the entire plant is automated and hygiene is of great importance. On the other hand, in some industries where fluids and pastes need to be mixed to produce products, there are removable parts that simplify maintenance. Currently, there are several types of industrial mixers worldwide, including: industrial vane mixer, V-shaped industrial mixer, industrial belt mixer, double cone industrial mixer, industrial high-speed cutting mixer, drum mixer and double shaft mixer.
Industrial mixers are manufactured according to the exact specifications established by the buyer. For different jobs, different mixers are needed, so it is important that the correct one is selected. It should be understood that all materials are liquefied at different temperatures, therefore, for a uniform mixture of various materials, it is important to heat them first and then mix them in liquid form to achieve greater consistency. To achieve this, the mixers are also equipped with a heat source both externally and internally, according to industry requirements.
Similarly, if necessary, industrial mixers can be connected to special pumps that can create different pressures within the mixer, so that some mixtures can be created that can only be mixed at a certain temperature and pressure. In addition, paddle type mixers can be equipped with an electronic soft start system in a highly automated environment to start the mixing process and automatically stop it using sensors.