Even Mix founder Phil Rankin explains how Mixing Blades work
Phil Rankin’s new article answers some of the most frequently asked questions about Even Mix’s Blades, Digital Drive and Drum Magic.
Even Mix’s patented impellers have been the subject of social media discussion lately. Many people have attributed the efficiency of the brand’s tank mixers to the specially designed digital drive. However, according to the CEO and founder of Even Mix, the real magic happens in the blades.
The mixing blades are designed and patented unlike normal tank mixing blades. In fact, the blades are so unique that their characteristics seem too good to be true. According to Phil Rankin, most if not all toe and drum mixers use a propeller blade, which is fixed and often small. Some use a set of inclined blades that create a lot of vertical lift and draw air directly into the liquid.
Even Mix’s patented blades have variable pitch. The blade starts at a 90° angle and then rotates to 30°. The bend is crucial, according to Rankin, because it helps create vertical buoyancy and horizontal depression in the liquid, hence the 3D mixing effect in the container.
People can learn more about it Even mixthe blade design by visiting the company’s official website at https://evenmix.com.
“One of the design features that makes our blades superior to others is that they run counter-clockwise, which allows the blades to sweep the bottom of the container. This means that the liquid is then gradually carried up the sides and over the top, after which it flows back down the middle. This mixing action delivers superior mixing results compared to all other wing designs.” Said Even Mix founder Phil Rankin.
He added, “Our blending blades don’t shear your liquid or suck air into it; That is why they are limited to 150 rpm. This is sufficient for most mixtures or formulations. You can be assured that whichever blender you use, no air will be sucked into the mix.”
About Even MixTM
Even mixTM is best known for using the latest technology and aerospace engineering to build pump technology and state-of-the-art variable pitch blades that offer true mixing technology. The mixing blades eliminate the need for a pin when installed and the blades can be used underneath. This also means that the paddles or mixers can be used in both plastic and linear drums.
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