Admixture Blog - Admix

The Value of Start Up Assistance

Written by Ken Young, Field Service Representative I recently visited a customer to provide start-up assistance a new large size Rotosolver in-tank mixer. For their own peace of mind, they wanted Admix to be onsite when they planned to start production. They contracted a company to install it, and in the process, the contractor detached

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Mixer Size Misperceptions

Written by Paul Marrone, Emission Control Market Manager An Admix customer needed agitators for suspending their catalyst slurry. In addition to our quote, they requested a competitor quote. The competition quoted a 15 HP (11 kw) agitator. Admix quoted a 1/3 HP (0.25 kw) Rotofoil mixer. The Rotofoil looked tiny compared to the competitor’s offering;

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Tippin’s Pies Transforms Process with Admix

Written by Chip Nipps, Regional Sales Manager Tippin’s Gourmet Pies is known for creating homestyle indulgent pies made with the finest ingredients. Based in Kansas City, the pies are available in premium grocery retailers in 16 states across the US. As they ramped up production, they needed a more efficient way to process pie fillings.

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Onsite Maintenance Training

Written by James Crowell, Sr. Field Service Engineer Are you familiar with how to assemble and disassemble 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

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Soup and Salad Dressing Manufacturer Equipment Trial

Written by Colm Swan, Regional Sales Salad Dressing & Mayonnaise Market Manager At home, our kitchen appliances provide a lot of shear, and you can quickly puree fruits and vegetables. On an industrial level it can be challenging to match this exact environment in an efficient way. Scaling up this type of process exactly would

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Admix Appoints New Managing Director of Admix Europe ApS

PRESS RELEASE Admix Appoints New Managing Director of Admix Europe ApS Fredensborg, Denmark, December 7, 2022 – Admix, Inc., global leader of advanced mixing technologies for the food/beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and chemical industries, today announced that Jesper Sæderup Lindeløv has been appointed to the position of Managing Director of Admix Europe ApS, located in Fredensborg,

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Admix Introduces the Dynashear 850 High Shear Inline Emulsifier

PRESS RELEASE Londonderry, NH, September 19, 2022 – Admix, Inc., global manufacturer of hygienic and industrial mixing equipment serving the food/beverage, chemical, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical industries, today announces the introduction of the Dynashear 850 high shear inline mixer and emulsifier. The Dynashear 850 is now the largest model of the high shear, high speed Dynashear

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Admix Named Among New Hampshire’s Best Companies to Work For

PRESS RELEASE Admix Named Among New Hampshire’s Best Companies to Work For Londonderry, NH, September 12, 2022 – Admix, Inc., global manufacturer of hygienic and industrial mixing equipment serving the food/beverage, chemical, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical industries, has been named among the 2022 Best Companies to Work For by Business NH Magazine. Winning companies were judged

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Admix Launches the Benchmix® 10, a Compact High Shear Lab Mixer for all Industries

PRESS RELEASE Admix Launches the Benchmix® 10, a Compact High Shear Lab Mixer for all Industries Londonderry, NH, August 29, 2022 – Admix, Inc., global manufacturer of hygienic and industrial mixing equipment serving the food/beverage, chemical, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical industries, is announcing the launch of the Benchmix® 10 compact high shear lab mixer.  The Benchmix®

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Fixing Excessive Vibration

Written by James Crowell, Sr. Field Service Engineer Recently we had a couple of customers report excessive vibration on their top mounted mixers. Excessive vibration can lead to loaded bearings, bent shafts, and possible catastrophic failures, so we visited the processing sites see what was going on and offer guidance. It was evident that the

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