Engineering Integrity Blog

The Geometry of Industrial Mixing

The term we use to describe a “family” of impellers is geometric series.  A geometric series of impellers is one…


Definition of Mixing Terms

Many factors influence the type of mixer that will best suit your process goals. Our engineering team understands that. And…


How Do I Install My Impellers?

The single most common question we get at Cleveland Mixer is “how do I install my impellers?” This newsletter is…


Scale of Agitation for Blending

In our daily interactions with customers, we are often asked “how do I know it is mixed?” Alternatively we ask,…


Find Spare Parts, Easy

Now you can shop for “portable mixer” replacement and spare parts on Cleveland Mixer’s website. Portable mixer models include BH/BP…


Introducing the Sidewinder (Side Entry) GCD Mixer

Cleveland Mixer is pleased to announce the addition of the new Sidewinder GCD Mixer to our product Line. The Sidewinder…


New Cleveland Mixer Xtra-Flo Lite for Tote Tanks

The new Cleveland Mixer Xtra-Flo Lite, IBC Tote Tank Mixer is lightweight and versatile. It is available for 275 up…


How fast can I run my mixer? What is the maximum RPM allowed?

Recently, I was speaking with a colleague about the limits rotation speed for low shear vessel stirrers, some times called…


How do I evaluate the design of an industrial agitator?

Customer Question: How are industrial agitators and blender designs evaluated and how can I be sure that my process goals will…


Impeller Placement for Low Shear Agitators and Blenders

Question: Where should I place the top impeller on a two impeller mixing system? Answer: Based on the assumptions of a 1.0…