Tank Mixers
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Tank Mixers


Tank Mixers are designed, engineered and built to provide long, trouble free service in blending and mixing applications. Our mixers are used to blend liquids, suspend or dissolve solids, and dispense immiscible liquids in a wide variety of industrial applications. Some common mixer models are listed below, but other customized designs are available. Contact us for details.

Mixers can be used with either Flat Bottom or Cone Bottom Tanks. Although commonly associated with Open Top Tanks, they can be used with Closed Top Tanks as well. See our (Vertical Bulk Storage), (Open Top Cylindrical), (Closed Top Cone Bottom), and (Open Top Closed Bottom) Tank sections to select a Tank and an “AM” Stand to be used with your mixer. Mixers are sold separately as well.

Mixer Selection Chart

Our chart is intended to furnish basic guidelines for selecting the proper mixer to provide a mild blending of liquids of various viscosities in different size tanks. This information is based on an approximate 30 minute mix-blend time for two liquids when both liquids are already in the tank. Mixing times can be shortened if one liquid is added while the first liquid is already being mixed. Powders should always be added while mixer is running.

VISCOSITY
(CPS)
TANKS UP
TO
50 GAL
TANKS UP
TO
100 GAL
TANKS UP
TO
200 GAL
TANKS UP
TO
500 GAL
TANKS UP
TO
1,000 GAL

Mixer Part #

Mixer Part #

Mixer Part #

Mixer Part #

Mixer Part #

= or < 1

CTBN 10

CTBN 10

CTBN 10

CTBN 10

CTJG 10

= or < 100

CTBN 10

CTBN 10

CTBN 20

CTJG 10

CTJG 10

= or < 300

CTBN 10

CTBN 20

CTJG 10

CTJG 10

CTJG 20

= or < 500

CTBN 20

CTJG 10

CTJG 10

CTJG 10

CTJG 30

= or < 1000

CTBN 20

CTJG 10

CTJG 20

CTJG 20

CTJG 40

= or < 2000

CTJG 10

CTJG 10

CTJG 30

CTJG 30

CTJG 51

NOTE: Optimum mixing will be achieved when the mixer is angled from the tank wall.  "Angling-Off" center is preferred when good material turnover is required, as in mixing a slurry.  "Angling-On" center is desirable for a gentle mixing action or when vortexing must be minimized.  Improper mounting of a mixer can greatly lessen mixing efficiency, cause vibration, and possible damage the mixer.
(See Figures Below)


MIXER SPECIFICATIONS  
CTBN 10 & 20 Models
  • Direct drive-small batch mixing.
  • 316 S.S. Shafts and propellers.
  • Coupling fully enclosed for safety.
  • Clamp adjusts to any angle.
  • CTJG 10, 20, 30, 40 & 51 Models
  • 350 RPM gear-driven.
  • 316 S.S. shafts and propellers.
  • 1.0 pitch ratio marine propellers.
  • Enhanced flow co-efficient and power
  • Adjustable shaft angle to achieve optimum mixing for various processing needs (see figures below)
  • Motors are Totally Enclosed, Fan Cooled (TEFC) *Explosion Proof Available
  • Permanent lubricated gears and shaft bearings.
  • Available with air motors for use in flammable, or explosion-proof environments.

  • NOTE: SHAFT LENGTHS CAN BE ADJUSTED
    MIXER
    PART #
    MOTOR
    SPECS
    SHAFT
    LENGTH
    LENGTH
    OF GEAR
    DRIVE AND/OR MOTOR
    TOTAL
    LENGTH
    PROPELLER DIA.
    SHAFT DIA.
    CTBN 10
    1/4 H.P. 115/230
    30"
    14" *
    44"
    4"
    1/2"
    CTBN 20
    1/3 H.P. 115/230
    32"
    14" *
    46"
    4"
    1/2"
    CTJG 10
    1/4 H.P. 115/230
    48"
    21 1/16"
    69 1/16"
    8"
    3/4"
    CTJG 20
    1/3 H.P. 115/230
    48"
    21 5/8"
    69 5/8"
    10"
    3/4"
    CTJG 30
    1/2 H.P. 115/230
    48"
    22 1/2"
    70 1/2"
    12"
    3/4"
    CTJG 40
    3/4 H.P. 115/230
    60"
    22 3/4"
    82 3/4"
    13"
    3/4"
    CTJG 51
    1 H.P. 230/460
    60"
    22 3/8"
    82 3/8"
    14"
    1"


    FIGURES  

    Angling the portable mixer off center is the position recommended for rapid turnover of tank contents and good bottom washing.



    On center angling will produce good mixing with minimum vortexing.
    Tank contents turn over thoroughly but gently.



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