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How Processors of Hand Sanitizer are Mixing Carbomer

Written by Patrick Lakin, National Sales Manager Covid-19 has greatly impacted manufacturing companies in a variety of ways. Increased demand for hand sanitizers, for example, has forced manufacturers of these products to find ways to quickly increase output, while some manufacturers of other products have completely pivoted their production focus to produce hand sanitizers for

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How to Reduce Sugar & Maintain Texture

Written by Guest Author, Sasha Levin, CEO of C-Vision Advanced Technologies When it comes to reducing sugar, everyone worries about how it will affect taste, but what about the texture? With tougher labeling laws and even sugary drink taxes in some countries, there are far greater and more complex challenges than taste. Major sugar reductions can cause

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Rebuild Kits Stocked and Ready to Ship

Written by James Crowell, Field Service Engineer Need to rebuild your Rotosolver or Rotostat in-tank mixer but not sure which parts to order? Don’t overthink it… we’ve got you covered! Admix has complete rebuild kits in stock and ready to ship to you. They include bearings, standard seals, o-rings, and snap rings – essentially everything you need to get

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Admix Redesigns RS-02 Pilot Scale Mixer and Includes it in Quick Ship Lineup

PRESS RELEASE Admix, Inc., global manufacturer of hygienic and industrial mixing equipment serving the food and beverage, chemical/industrial, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical markets, today announced their newly redesigned RS-02 Pilot Scale Mixer is now available. Ideal for pilot plants and small-scale production, the Admix RS-02 high shear pilot scale mixer offer processors an excellent solution for

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Nine Rules for Mixing Brine Batches

Written by Allen Dawson, Meat & Poultry Market Manager Working in meat & poultry plants for more than twenty years, I have learned that minor inconsistencies can cause major problems when it comes to making brine batches. My advice for avoiding the problems is to follow my nine rules of thumb, one of which is

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Finishing Ricotta Cheese

Written by Jerry Baresich, Regional Sales Manager Higher throughput and better results… it’s every processor’s dream! Admix was approached by a leading North American dairy manufacturer of milk / goat milk derived yogurt, dip & cheese. They wanted to increase their processing rates to meet an expanding market demand of their ricotta cheese WITHOUT compromising results. Their

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Laying the Foundation for a Trouble-Free Install

Written by James Crowell, Field Service Engineer At Admix, we “AIM” to provide top notch service to our customers before, during, and after the sale. That is why we developed the “Assured Implementation Method – AIM” which is designed to open the lines of communication between our customers and our technical teams, laying the foundation for a

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Process Assurance Guarantee

Written by Patrick Lakin, National Sales Manager When about to purchase new equipment, wouldn’t it be reassuring to get a manufacture’s guarantee that the equipment you’re about to buy will perform as expected for your exact application – in addition to a standard mechanical warranty? At Admix, we do just that with our Process Assurance Program –

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Curing, Marinating, and Pickling Methods

Written by Allen Dawson, Meat & Poultry Market Manager In my line of work, I use a variety of terms for describing the type of processes that our meat & poultry customers are using in their mixing operation. I’m talking about curing, marinating, and pickling. Each has a distinct meaning with regards to preserving meat,

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Need a Rebuild?

Written by James Crowell, Field Service Engineer Did you know that Admix offers a full one-year warranty from manufacturer’s defect on all factory rebuilt equipment? Here’s the details… Our service engineers perform a comprehensive rebuild, completely disassembling your equipment, inspecting all the components, and conducting a thorough failure analysis. Once that is complete, we compose

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