An IBC cap mixer can help speed up mixing of liquids or powders. These mixers are designed to mix the contents of IBC totes, and are perfect for rehomogenizing liquids in foam insulated totes, or reblending liquids in totes lined with plastic.
How to Assemble IBC Cap Mixer, there are many types of IBC mixers. They vary from lightweight, small mixers to powerful, large mixers. Each mixer comes with a single or a dual impeller that is fixed and fitted with a 316 stainless steel shaft. Depending on the model, the mixer can be either air-driven or electric-powered. They can handle IBCs of a variety of sizes, including 500, 555, 650,, and even the 850-liter size. Some models can also be used to transport containers using cages and other fittings.
An immersion heater is also available for some IBC tote mixers. During the mixing process, the heater may be connected directly to the outside of the tote. This allows the liquid to be heated faster. These types of IBC mixers are the most cost-effective solution for liquids that are water-like. To heat liquids you can use a tote heating heater.
A Pulsair IBC tote mixer is a secure and effective method to mix any type of liquid in any tote tank. The process uses compressed air to inject massive air bubbles in the tote tank. This creates a circular vertical mixing action. It can mix all liquids inside any tote including plastic, poly and stainless steel. This equipment can be used with nitrogen gas that is compressed or.
These IBC mixers in totes can mix food-grade liquids such as food powders and oils. The 10-55 Tote-Stick IBC mixer is an air-driven mixer that is suitable for blending various kinds of liquids. The mixer weighs of just 2.7 kg and is easy to operate. It can be mounted via the bung hole in the lid of an IBC tote.
The IBC mixers from Cary Company are great for mixing 275-gallon containers. The IBC mixers come with a collapsible turbine, which makes it easier to fit the mixer in narrow openings. This is particularly useful when you are mixing in an IBC with a cage or other fittings. An optional lifting eye can be added to this mixer.
Other IBC mixer designs work for tote mixing. You can talk to your IBC manufacturer if unsure which type of IBC mixer to choose. You will also need to determine the volume of the liquid you want to mix.
They are constructed with heavy-duty steel and are filled at the factory with synthetic food-grade lubricant. They are suitable for any type of tote tank, which includes plastic lined, and foam-insulated totes. They can be easily cleaned and reused.