- How do you specify a mixer?
Specifying a mixer is kind of like buying a car. The more specific you are, the more likely you'll get what you want. At the very least, we need the following information to help choose and configur...
- What is the largest mixer that ASEPCO makes?
Currently, our largest mixer has 380 in/lbs of torque This will mix 5000 liters moderately or 10,000 mildly.
- Where can I get a copy of the mixer manual?
There is both a Welding Guidelines and a Installation, Operations, and Maintenance manual available for the ASEPTIMIX and the PolyMixer agitators. You can download these manuals from each product's we...
- What is the advantage of a magnetic mixer over a mechanical top mounted mixer?
Mechanical mixers have moving seals that require maintenance and can be a source of entrapment and contamination.
Magnetic mixers only have static seals.
Top mounted mixers don't mix at low proc...
- What is the difference between Tungsten Carbide and Silicon Carbide and which do you recommend as a bearing material for your magnetic mixer?
...eme pH levels.
Here are the basic rules that we use for selection between the two materials for mixer bearings:
If the pH of your process fluid is always between 3 and 10, we suggest Tungsto...
- Are your mixer's autoclavable?
The impeller unit and mounting post/weldpad are fully autoclavable. The drive unit must be removed prior to autoclaving.
- How do I get a model number if I only know the serial number of my valve or mixer?
Call 1-800-882-3886 or email: email@example.com with your serial number and we will tell you the model number of your product.
- What are the components of your Polymixer?
There are four basic components to our Polymixer:
Impeller - This part has the blades and is installed on the inside of the vessel. Weldment - This is the part that is welded into your vessel ...
- Out of what materials are ASEPCO mixers components made?
Our standard material for impellers and weldments is 316L. However, we can also make mixers from AL-6XN, Hastalloy C-276, C-22, Duplex 2205 and any other materials that are available in bar form.
- What surface finishes do your mixers have?
The AseptiMix and PolyMixer are available in the following surface finishes: - 20 microinch (0.508 micron) Ra max. - 15 microinch (0.381 micron) Ra max. - 10 microinch (0.254 micron) Ra max. ...
- Is the ASEPCO PolyMixer electropolished?
All of our AseptiMix and Polymixer impellers and weldments are electropolished and passivated prior to shipment.
Note: (January 2015) The PolyMixer is temporarily unavailable.
- Does ASEPCO sell impellers for other brands of mixers?
No, we only sell full magnetic mixers. If you require an impeller only the following companies provide them: CHEMINEER EMI INDCO LIGHTNIN
- Do you EP your valves? If you do, how do we prevent 'orange peel' when electropolishing vessels with your valves attached?
We do electropolish (EP) and passivate our valves prior to shipping The 'orange peel' is a common issue in the industry. After discussing this with our electropolisher, we came to the conclusion tha...
- How do I convert grit finish to Ra finish?
Below is a table cross referencing grit finishes with Ra finishes:
- Are any of your products ATEX certified?
Yes, our ASEPTIMIX agitator motor is ATEX Cat 2 certified. The ASEPTIMIX impeller is ATEX Cat 1 certified.