Standard Features / Benefits:
- Mixer-duty electric motors are available in a variety of sizes, phases, and voltages based on your need.
- Complete line of motors, gearboxes and accessories provide a wide range of mixing speeds to match your application.
- Various double-helical, parallel shaft gearboxes with multiple gear ratios are available for quiet and efficient operation (worm drives are also available in painted or all-stainless models).
- Virtual drywells and heavy-duty output bearings are typically used on large units for reduced vibrations and to allow for longer shaft lengths (available with Helical-Bevel gearboxes) rigid in-tank couplings are used as required.
- Closed tank configurations are available with vapor seals, stuffing box glands (up to 150 PSI) and single or double mechanical seals (300+ PSI), in tank shut-off mechanism allows seal changes on side entry mixers without the need to empty the mixing tank.
- Stainless steel components, Steel-It USDA-compliant paint, polished shafts and various shaft coatings are available for sanitary applications and chemical resistance.
- Various stainless steel impeller styles and sizes, as well as your choice of mounting options such as ANSI flange mount, TriClamp mount and beam mount are available for your process.
Top Entry Open Tank Mixers
- Gear Drive, Beam Mount, Bolted Impeller Construction, Single or Double Impellers
Top Entry Closed Tank Mixers
- Gear Drive, ANSI 150# Flange Mount, Double Viton Lip Seal, Single or Double Impellers
- Gear Drive, ANSI 150# Flange Mount, High Pressure Stuffing Box, Single or Double Impellers
- Gear Drive, ANSI 150# Flange Mount, Single Or Double Mechanical Seal, Single or Double Impellers
Side Entry Closed Tank Mixers
- Gear Drive, ANSI 150# Flange Mount, Single (Split Seal) Or Double Mechanical Seal, Single Impeller, Tie Rod or Support Leg for Additional Mixer Support
- Gear Drive, ANSI 150# Flange Mount, High Pressure Stuffing Box, Single Impeller, Tie Rod or Support Leg for Additional Mixer Support, In-Tank Shut-Off Mechanism