inline mixing Equipment in New Zealand

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Model Ψ-Mix Series - Inline Disperser

by NETZSCH Group     based in Selb, GERMANY

The Ψ-Mix inline disperser combines a new dispersion method, in which the solid components are wetted on a large liquid surface, with emission- free, dust-free inline operation. The combination of vacuum dispersion, shearing and pressure wetting results in homogeneous, fine dispersions with very reproducible quality – all at high ...

Vermeer - Model MX125 - Mixing System

by Vermeer     based in Pella, IOWA (USA)

Optimize your horizontal directional drill’s performance with the MX125. Designed for small-diameter, short distance horizontal directional drilling jobs, the MX125 is powered by a 6.7 hp/5 kW Honda gas engine. It comes with your choice of a 300 gallon/1136 L or 500-gallon/1892-L tank.

Munson - Rotary Continuous Mixers

by Munson Machinery Co., Inc.     based in Utica, NEW YORK (USA)

The Munson Rotary Continuous Mixer provides gentle, 100 percent uniform, dust-free blending at rates from 25 to 5000 cubic feet per hour—inexpensively and in minimal floor space. Whether adding 1/100% minor additive to a blend, liquid-spray-coating a material or homogenizing, Munson has a solution to your continuous processing needs. The ...

Indag - Model Type DLM - Inline Mixer

by INDAG Maschinenbau GmbH     based in Borsfleth, GERMANY

INDAG produces dynamic mixers (DLM flow mixers) for all industries, including foodstuffs, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, environmental technology and many more. INDAG flow mixers are used for the mixing of products as diverse as fruit yoghurt, paints, oils, chemical, effluent sludge, chocolate, bitumen, beverages and many more.

In-line Dynamic Mixer

by Napier-Reid Ltd.     based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA)

In-line dynamic mixer consists of housing and rotating mixing element (impeller) to enhance the mixing process. Electrical motor provides the necessary power for mixing, which is dissipated in water by the impeller. This in-line mixer is installed in the pipeline and provides high intensity mixing in very short detention time. Napier Reid designed ...

Environics - Model Series 3000 - Gas Mixing / Gas Delivery System

by Environics, Inc.     based in Tolland, CONNECTICUT (USA)

The Environics Series 3000 Gas Blending - Gas Delivery System offers on-site gas blending of 100% pure bulk gases and is configured to provide a solution to using costly premixed cylinders of gas. Unlike premixed cylinders, the Environics model 3000 provides a

Static Mixers

by PACT International     based in Greensborough, AUSTRALIA

PACT Static Mixers can provide an ecconomic and efficient solution to inline mixing processes, with no moving parts PACT Static Mixers are positioned in the process flow line and use the energy of the flow stream to create mixing between two or more fluids. PACT Static Mixers are designed per application and can be fabricated from from a range of ...

Static Mixers

by TAH Industries     based in Robbinsville, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Since 1976, TAH Industries has pioneered the design and manufacture of static mixers. We thoroughly understand mixing technology and have built our manufacturing platform to design, mold, and assemble mixing and packaging solutions. We offer a complete line of disposable and inline mixers for adhesive systems. We also produce custom systems. ...

Sanitary Static Mixer

by Komax Systems, Inc.     based in Huntington Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Komax in-line motionless static mixers convert a multiple component input stream into a uniformly blended output. They find applications in mixing a wide range of food products. These include 'solid' materials such as margarine and tomato pastes, viscous liquids like syrups, and light fluids similar to soft drink products.

Industrial Direct Steam Injection Hydroheater

by Hydro-Thermal Corporation     based in Waukesha, WISCONSIN (USA)

The mixing of sonic velocity steam into a thin layer of liquid or slurry creates a turbulent mixing zone. This allows the hydroheater to provide precise temperature control over a wide range of conditions.

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