Engineering Integrity Blog

Minimum Submergence with Industrial Mixers

Crane Engineering recently featured an interview with Cleveland Mixer’s Sean Donkin. We’re reposting it here with permission. Vessels fill, vessels…


Delivering on Customer’s Unique Needs is Never Extraordinary

Our customers can have unique requirements that we need to meet. Although a request might seem outside our typical workflow,…


Q&A: Improving Mixing Result from an Existing Mixer

Customer Question: What is the most effective means of improving mixing results from my existing mixer? Cleveland Mixer Answer: This…


The Impeller Reynolds Number: The first among the dimensionless numbers!

What is the Reynolds Number?  In simple terms, it is an equation that compares the input forces to the viscous…


Baffle Calculations

How do I calculate the required thickness and supports for anti-swirl tank baffles? The maximum hydraulic force, in pounds, acting…


Calculating Quotes with Efficiency

Expediently designing and shipping the right mixer is key for customer satisfaction. Since our engineers are involved in many projects…


Mixer’s Made for a Specific Task

We design our products to meet our customer’s unique mixing needs. Often after several years of use a customer might…


Do you mix Polyvinyl Alcohol?

Yes! Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVOH for short) is a key compound used in a number of industrial and consumer products. Customers…


What’s my Shipping Date?

Once a customer starts an order, the most important detail for the customer might be the shipping date. Every quote…


Off-Grid Power Requirements

Let’s say your site is remote or a sudden outage leaves you off the grid. What exactly are your options?…