Admixture Blog - Admix

Collegiate Creamery Buys a Fastfeed

Written by Ruston Sullivan, Regional Sales Manager A large collegiate creamery that produces a wide range of ice cream flavors and other dairy products, recently ordered a Fastfeed™ powder induction & dispersion system for their processing needs. They needed help with improving batch inconsistencies and product quality. And, because their current process involved lifting, carrying,

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Sold! Animal Nutrition Manufacturer Buys Rotosolver

Written by George Nikolopoulos, Regional Sales Manager, Admix, Inc. An Admix customer, an animal nutrition manufacturer, wanted a new hygienic high shear mixer for a new application. They have an Admix Rotostat high shear mixer from 28 years ago which still works great, but our Rotosolver interested them because its high shear head has no

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End of the Year Service – We’ll Come to You!

Written by: James Crowell, Field Service Engineer, Admix, Inc. It’s a great time of year for onsite equipment maintenance and/or training. Contact our service department to schedule one or more of the following services at your facility: Start-up Assistance: Admix will perform a general review of your installation and review the IOM and safety instructions with

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Onsite Maintenance Training

Written by: James Crowell, Field Service Engineer, Admix, Inc. Are you unfamiliar with the assembly/disassembly of your Admix equipment?  Have you hired new maintenance personnel recently?  Do you want to have a better mechanical understanding of your Admix equipment?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, consider having Admix visit your facility to perform

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Shampoo Manufacturer Improves Process with Rotosolver Mixer

Written by George Nikolopoulos, Regional Sales Manager, Admix, Inc. A startup company had issues dispersing mineral-based pigments in their various formulations.  Using conventional agitators, their products had visible streaks of color with batch-to-batch inconsistency.  Derived from all-natural, non-toxic ingredients, they manufactured salon-quality shampoos and conditioners in solid bar form. That’s right – in bar form! 

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Resolving Whole Vessel Blending Issues

Written by Paul Marrone, International Sales Manager, Admix, Inc. Processors who use storage tanks are generally using them to hold several batches of the same product, often at very large volumes. New mixed material is added to the storage tanks at intervals, while material is being removed at intervals as well for processing, so there could

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Admix Unveils New Logo and Branding Initiatives

PRESS RELEASE Admix, Inc., global manufacturer of hygienic and industrial mixing equipment for the food/beverage, chemical, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical markets, today announced the launch of a new logo and corporate brand identity. These changes come at a time when the company is experiencing growth across markets and making investments in its infrastructure and R&D. For

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Tempura Batter Mixers

Written By Colm Swan, Meat & Poultry Market Manager The signature characteristics of tempura is light and crispy. In Japan, this style of cooking is an art form and as with most foods, involves a lot of science. On an industrial scale however, there is some leeway on what is considered acceptable by the manufacturer

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Advantages of Dependable Scaling

Written by Paul Marrone, International Sales Manager, Admix, Inc. In process manufacturing, transitioning from R&D scale batches to full scale batches should be seamless and predictable. A lot of work goes into developing a formulation to the point where it’s ready for full scale production, so any reformulation or having to adapt to full scale equipment

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Process Improvement for Hospital Food

Written by Jerry Baresich, Regional Sales Manager, Admix, Inc. A large hospital that manufactures soups for its patients and for distribution to other local health care facilities, contacted Admix regarding a mixer for their soups. Most importantly, they wanted help reducing their processing time, but they also wanted the solution to be easy to use

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