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Agitators and mixing tanks CUSTOM DESIGN MIXING TANKS


Exitflex now design manufacture and supply stainless steel mixing tanks to meet your exact specifications.


Supplied with pneumatic operation mixers, filler/viewers, bottom outlet ball valve connections - other specificatins to suuit your requirements.


Agitators and mixing tanks


FLEXIBLE IBC AGITATOR ASSEMBLY


The Exitflex 60-700 agitator provides effective mixing in flexible IBC 1000 litre industrial bulk containers which is so vitally important. Frequently found where large volumes of coatings are to be used the IBC is a favoured solution by many users.


The 60-700 Agitator includes the following important design features.


• Low air consumption air motor assembly. • Low noise operation.


• Effective spiral blade for active agitation, lift and circulation of the material in the container.


EMT -045 typical 45 litre model


• The spiral blade is housed in a protective stainless steel cage, this is to prevent damage to the plastic inner bag, particularly at installation and removal.


• Mounted in a housing with thrust bearings the air motor units are designed for continuous duty.


• The 60-700 comes complete with the screwed mounting to thread direct into the container filler neck, ready for use.


• Shaft length 870mm


This agitator is also very suitable for use with Rigid IBC containers


Contact our sales department for any assistance required.


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Illustrated here is a custom built unit featuring a 45 litre stainless steel mixing tank mounted on a stand that also carries the 1:1 diaphragm pump, filter and control unit


EMT -100 typical 100 litre model


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