Plenty Mixers are acknowledged as being at the vanguard of mixing technology, with access to unrivalled application experience and a strong, hard-working engineering team. Plenty products have been utilized by companies in the oil/gas, chemical, mining, water treatment and food/beverage industries for the last seven decades.
Through our deep understanding of all the nuances of fluid dynamics, Plenty application engineers can place customers with a wide range of side-entry mixers (fixed-angle, swivel-angle and TMH) - via which stored liquids can be blended, homogenized or kept from sludge settling. In addition, Plenty designs heavy-duty pipeline mixers that help to prevent blockages from occurring. The innovative design strategy utilized means that maintenance and repair can be undertaken with minimal interference in the business operations of customers (such as the emptying of tanks, etc.).
The unique and far-reaching exchange program, Plenty aftermarket services work to replace existing mixer apparatus that is getting to the end of its working lifespan or has become obsolete – including products originally sourced from competitors – with up-to-date alternatives that deliver better performance and efficiency parameters. This proves cost-effective to the customer (with reduced capital expenditure required) and has clear environmental benefits too.
Join us for virtually as host Richard Grenville, Ph. D, dives into the unique challenges of mixing viscous materials. Under discussion will be the complexities involved in the of mixing of viscous fluids and especially those fluids which exhibit non-Newtonian behavior. Products that fall into this category include paints and coatings, personal products such as shampoo and body wash, polymer melts and solutions, high concentration slurries, and many others.
Richard is an adjunct professor at Rowan University and University of Delaware, a Chartered Engineer and a fellow of both the Institution of Chemical Engineers and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.