The vertical mixer is best suited for coating, mixing, and homogenising bulk materials as well as for evaporating suspensions. The different processes could be as simple as the mixing of cellulose powders typically used in the cellulose industry, wine additives mixing in the food technology sector, zeolites homogenising performed in the chemical-based industries, or in the conditioning of iron powder using additives employed in diverse metallurgic applications.
For the drying vertical mixer variant, the field may range from mercury evaporating and amino acid drying through to calcination of boron nitride.
With lots of mixers available in the market, it requires that buyers first determine their particular needs, carry out research on available types, and then match the features of the mixer to those specific needs.
In selecting and using your mixer, safety should always be a priority. For example, a metal ladder or steps should be used for climbing up the unit for inspection and for safe mixer filling. Any open-top mixers must have grates to avert accidental falling into a mixer that is running.
Always remember that the mixer blades will chop whatever they come into contact with such as loose dressings. Before using vertical mixers, ensure you have familiarised yourself with their safety and operating manual.