ProQuip industrial tank agitators provide reliable, efficient operation in a variety of liquid mixing applications. Click on the links below for more information about each application including tanks/vessel design considerations.
Liquid blending is the mixing of two or more miscible liquids to a measurable level of uniformity.
Solids suspension mixing applications maintain a slurry of solid particles in a liquid.
Dispersion (liquid-liquid) is the production of a suspension of droplets of one liquid in another immiscible liquid.
Dissolution is the solution of solid (particles) in a liquid to form a homogeneous phase.
Emulsification is the production of an apparently homogeneous liquid from two or more immiscible liquids.
Washing or leaching is the preferential solution of one or more components of a solid (particle) leaving other components behind and undissolved.
Gas dispersion is the production of a suspension of bubbles of gas in an immiscible liquid.
Crystallization is opposite of dissolution. It is the production of a suspension of solids from a solution (often called a “mother liquor”) of the solid component in a liquid.
Heat transfer (as a mixing application) is the transfer of heat between the contents of the tank/vessel and a heating or cooling surface provided for that purpose.