Admixture Blog - Page 2 of 13 - Admix

Prevent Recurrent Premature Seal Failure 

Written by James Crowell, Field Service Engineer   As with all mixing equipment a seal needs to exist to keep product inside the mixing chamber. Our equipment addresses this with two types of seals, single mechanical, and double mechanical seals. A single mechanical seal is simply two seals faces pressed together by spring tension. A double mechanical seal

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Quality Chemical Dispersions 

Written by Stewart Rissley, Chemical Market Manager Chemical industry manufacturers use horizontal and vertical media mills with grinding media to deagglomerate and reduce the particle size of their products like auto paints and coatings. The media is usually round and can be made of ceramic, stainless steel, polyurethane, silicon carbide and a host of other

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Mixing Solution for Cosmetics Customer

Written by Ruston Sullivan, Regional Sales Manager A large personal care & cosmetics manufacturer approached Admix looking for an effective high shear mixing solution. Their business was growing, and increased demands required additional product lines and higher batch volumes. While it was a good problem to have, they were concerned about the investment for multiple

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Addressing Mayonnaise Processing Inconsistencies 

Written by Colm Swan, Dressings & Sauces Market Manager   Mayonnaise can be one of the most finicky food products around. So many things can go wrong, and a manufacturer needs a solid comprehension of the science involved if they are to succeed. If they do not, then troubleshooting batch to batch variation can be infuriating. Mayonnaise needs shear to produce a homogenous and stable

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Admix Introduces Liquid Ring Pump For Wet Applications

PRESS RELEASE Admix, Inc., global manufacturer of hygienic and industrial mixing equipment serving the food and beverage, chemical, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical markets, today announced the introduction of its Liquid Ring Pump, the LRP-425. The LRP-425 is designed to meet the widespread needs of the process industry for rapid transporting of liquids at viscosities up to

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Why Admix?

Written by Patrick Lakin, National Sales Manager We love that our customers keep coming back for new mixers for their new projects. But if you haven’t worked with us before, you might ask, “Why Admix?” In addition to our wide range of mixing equipment, 31 years of experience and great customer service, the real answer is

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Keep a Spare, Save the Downtime

Written by James Crowell, Field Service Engineer If you have an Admix Rotosolver, Rotostat or Boston Shearmill, this article is for you! Here are three sound reasons for keeping a spare bearing frame and shaft assembly on your shelf: Should you have a failure, you can pull that unit from service and immediately install the

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Brewing Company Tries and Buys Admix Powder Induction System

Written by Chip Nipps, Regional Sales Manager A popular American brewing company contacted us about a way to eliminate manually dumping powders into their existing mix tank. They already tried a competitive in-line mixer with no success and therefore were skeptical if our solution would work but they decided to try an Admix PIC™ powder

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Ergonomics & Efficiencies For Your Marination Mixing Process

Written by Allen Dawson, Meat & Poultry Market Manager In my Plant Manager days, when the marination mixer guy missed work, covering his position was a challenge because even with over 400 personnel in the plant, few could be spared. And, without an ergonomic powder induction system, the position required someone who could lift, carry

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Production of Flavor Emulsions – Customer Success Story

Written by Patrick Lakin, National Sales Manager We were contacted by a manufacturer of liquid and spray-dry flavor emulsions when they were looking for a solution to improve their process. To prepare their emulsions, they were using a low speed axial mixer, an overnight process that still left lumps. Product had to be passed through

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