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Fusion Express - tank series

Electric and Pneumatic Tank Mixers are types of equipment used to blend, agitate, or mix substances within tanks or containers. They are commonly used in various industries such as chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, water treatment, and more.

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Advantages

  • High degree of control over mixing speed and intensity.
  • Often more energy-efficient compared to pneumatic mixers.
  • Can be equipped with various features such as speed control, timers, and safety mechanisms.

Disdvantages

  • May not be suitable for hazardous or explosive environments.
  • Safety concerns regarding electricity in certain conditions.
  • Installation might require more considerations, especially for higher-powered mixers.
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Specifications

  • Power Source: Electric
  • HP: 0.5-3
  • Mounting Type: Plate Mount with Angle Risers, Clamp Mount, Plate Mount, and Cup Mount
  • Impeller Details: Single Marine Prop
  • Mixer Drive Finish: Painted Mixer Drive

Electric Tank Series

Electric tank mixers utilize an electric motor to drive the mixing action. They are widely used in various industries and applications where electricity is readily available and the mixing process needs to be more precise and controllable.

Fusion-Tank-series-EGD

Advantages

  • High degree of control over mixing speed and intensity.
  • Often more energy-efficient compared to pneumatic mixers.
  • Can be equipped with various features such as speed control, timers, and safety mechanisms.

Disdvantages

  • May not be suitable for hazardous or explosive environments.
  • Safety concerns regarding electricity in certain conditions.
  • Installation might require more considerations, especially for higher-powered mixers.
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Specifications

  • Power Source: Electric
  • HP: 0.5-3
  • Mounting Type: Plate Mount with Angle Risers, Clamp Mount, Plate Mount, and Cup Mount
  • Impeller Details: PF3 Hydrofoil
  • Mixer Drive Finish: Painted Mixer Drive

Electric Tank Series

Electric tank mixers utilize an electric motor to drive the mixing action. They are widely used in various industries and applications where electricity is readily available and the mixing process needs to be more precise and controllable.

Fusion-Tank-series-PDD

Advantages

  • Intrinsic safety in hazardous environments.
  • Suitable for use in explosive atmospheres.
  • Easy to install and set up.
  • High torque and power-to-weight ratio.

Disdvantages

  • Require a source of compressed air.
  • Generally less energy-efficient compared to electric mixers.
  • May have limitations in terms of speed control and fine-tuning.
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Specifications

  • Power Source: Pneumatic
  • HP: 1-3
  • Variable Speed: Yes
  • Mounting Type: Plate Mount with Angle Risers, Clamp Mount, Plate Mount, and Cup Mount
  • Impeller Details: Single Marine Prop
  • Mixer Drive Finish: Painted Mixer Drive

Pneumatic Tank Series

Pneumatic tank mixers use compressed air or other gases to drive the mixing process. These mixers are often preferred in situations where electricity might pose a hazard, such as in volatile or flammable environments. They can be more suitable for certain types of applications and industries due to their inherent safety features.

Fusion-Tank-series-PGD

Advantages

  • Intrinsic safety in hazardous environments.
  • Suitable for use in explosive atmospheres.
  • Easy to install and set up.
  • High torque and power-to-weight ratio.

Disdvantages

  • Require a source of compressed air.
  • Generally less energy-efficient compared to electric mixers.
  • May have limitations in terms of speed control and fine-tuning.
Ask Now

Specifications

  • Power Source: Pneumatic
  • HP: 1-3
  • Variable Speed: Yes
  • Mounting Type: Plate Mount with Angle Risers, Clamp Mount, Plate Mount, and Cup Mount
  • Impeller Details: PF3 Hydrofoil
  • Mixer Drive Finish: Painted Mixer Drive

Pneumatic Tank Series

Pneumatic tank mixers use compressed air or other gases to drive the mixing process. These mixers are often preferred in situations where electricity might pose a hazard, such as in volatile or flammable environments. They can be more suitable for certain types of applications and industries due to their inherent safety features.