The new Even Mix article details the differences between air and electric mixed motors
Phil Rankin, founder of leading brand of industrial pocket mixers, Even Mix, explains that air mixers tend to last longer compared to electric mixers.
One of the most common questions is whether air drive motors are better than mixers with electric drive motors. Phil RankinThe latest article from attempts to answer that question by detailing the pros and cons of each technology. Air drive motors can last longer, but an electric drive motor offers greater accuracy and control.
Because electricity is pure, according to Rankin, it doesn’t have many of the same air-related problems. This way users have better control over the variants and the speed. Even the Mix electric drives offer speeds over 150 rpm; The speed can be adjusted directly via a touchscreen on the mixer, with four preset modes to choose from.
When precise control is not an issue, air-powered agitators may be a better choice. Air propulsion motors can also last comparatively longer, costing companies less expense for maintenance and subsequent replacement. However, it is important to be aware of your limitations.
Readers can read Rankin’s article on the company’s official website: https://evenmix.com/electric-or-air-motor/.
“At the Even mix, we live and breathe agitators and can tell you from experience that the air drive motor is not necessarily better than the electric drive motor or vice versa. The important thing is that you choose a mixer that suits you, what power supply is available in your location and what you want to mix.” Said Rankin when discussing his article.
He added, “Hopefully I’ve managed to give readers the information they need about the characteristics of each drive and how it works. However, people are free to contact us to learn more or need assistance the decision for the right tank mixer.”
About Even Mix™
Even mixTM is best known for using the latest technology and aerospace engineering to build pump technology and state-of-the-art variable pitch blades that offer true mixing technology. When installed, there is no pin on the mixing blades and the blades can be inserted below. This also means that the paddles or mixers can be used in plastic and linear drums.
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