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Admix Benchmix 10 compact high shear lab mixer eliminates agglomerates

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The Admix Benchmix 10 compact high shear lab mixer includes a patented Admix Rotosolver high shear mix head, engineered for high efficacy of wetting out and dispersing powders, eliminating agglomerates, and creating homogenous mixtures and emulsions.

The Benchmix 10 is a compact, yet powerful, benchtop unit with a mixing capacity of up to 1 gal (4 L) and mixing speeds up to 9,300 rpm. Due to the integrated Rotosolver mix head, homogenous, agglomerate-free product can be achieved in as little as 10 min or less for most applications. The mix head is designed to provide the optimal balance between shear and flow, so mixing is completed in record time, with minimal energy. A large and small upper impeller are included and can be mounted to the mixing shaft for more flow in a mixing container.

On the unit, a touchscreen interface, electronic lift, and a large speed dial make it easy to operate. For manufacturers scaling up to production volumes, scale up is guaranteed with a process assurance warranty when scaling up with a production size Rotosolver mixer.  

“The Benchmix 10 is a critical component to any manufacturer interested in product development, formula optimization and guaranteed scale up,” comments Patrick Lakin, director of sales and marketing. “We’re excited to bring the Benchmix 10 to market because it meets the needs of the vast majority of customers across all industries.”


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