We present a tailor made project for one of our customers that required a stainless steel stirred tank for latex preparation.

In this work we take care of the design, manufacture and start up of the equipment.

Technical characteristics:

– Finished: Mate Ra <0.4um

-Material: AISI304 austenitic stainless steel

-3mm plate

-Double-blade agitator

-Electronic programmable control

-Automatic detection

-Download by lower passkey

-Filling and discharge control levels

Counter of realized loads

-Alarm for possible errors on the screen

Fluids suction lance with minimum level detector for drums and containers.

Available for drums of 20L, 60L, 200L and 1000L IBC containers.

We can also manufacture them in custom sizes.

Suitable for most corrosive chemicals.

Made in PVC and the level float in PP.

Female threaded conexion of 3/8″ or 1/2″ to conect hose nipples of diferent sizes.

Selectable minimum level detector contacts NC / NA by turning the float.

Low level alarm box

Compact and economical system of low level control in bottles or tanks up to 8 levels with acoustic and luminous alarms.

Easy to connect interior printed circuit.
Scheduled for 8 level probes.
Light indication of empty drum and acoustic alarm.
Pushbutton to silence the buzzer (automatic reset) and keep the corresponding pilot on.
Power supply: 220VAC 50-60Hz

This is our Mix-ProII Solids Dissolution Center.

It consists of a tank for the dissolution of soluble solids suitable for industrial detergents equipped with an electronic equipment Mix-ProII, a stainless steel stirrer at 230VAC or 380VAC, a solenoid valve for water inlet, a minimum and maximum level probe, and finally an anti-overflow safety buoy.

The electronic controller keeps in memory the phase or status of the levels and sequence in case of power cut so when the power is restored it will continue in the same phase that was at the time of the power cut.







The equipment also keeps in memory the number of preparations made.

Its operation is divided into two phases: Preparation and emptying phase.

At the start of the preparation phase the equipment opens the water solenoid valve and the tank begins to fill. The agitator will remain blocked until the water reaches the minimum level at which point it begins to agitate in fixed mode to facilitate dissolution of the product. When the water reaches the maximum level the solenoid valve closes. The agitator remains in operation the time configured by the user to facilitate the complete dissolution of the product.

Once the dissolution preparation process is finished, the dissolving product is emptied, the agitator is switched to an asynchronous mode with a configurable period. We can operate the agitator in fixed mode if we wish.