The Fusion Fluid Equipment Marine-Style Impeller is the most common type of mixing impeller. Because the design has its roots in the marine propulsion industry, it is the most effective axial pumper at higher mixing speeds.
Fusion Fluid Equipment has heavy duty, all stainless steel sanitary mixers that are designed to meet your sanitary requirements. Look into the Cirrus mixers for medium-sized batches or in applications where high pressures exsist.
Fusion Fluid Equipment Flow Series Mixer – Parallel Shaft are heavy-duty and extremely flexible. The Flow Series Parallel mixers are designed to meet the needs of your large scale industrial, chemical or sanitary mixing applications.
Fusion Fluid Equipment can design and produce anchor/helix impeller styles in a range of sizes with various materials, including 304 Stainless Steel, 316 Stainless Steel, Hastelloy, Aluminum, or Carbon Steel.
The Fusion Fluid Equipment Pitch Blade Turbine Impeller is the workhorse of the mixing industry. The simple design of the PBT impeller provides a combination of both radial and axial flow, generates high shear levels, and provides excellent mixing ability while providing easy cleanup.
The Fusion Fluid Equipment modern design of the PF3 Hydrofoil Impeller provides excellent pumping ability with a strong axial flow. While useful in most applications, this design excels in thinner fluids that are susceptible to settling and provides the MOST pumping per unit of torque (more bang for your buck).
Fusion Fluid Equipment has the Pro Series line of Mixers. These mixers are lightweight, but rugged. It features a one-piece investment-cast aluminum bearing housing with two oversized bearings for high performance a long service life.
Fusion Fluid Equipment has an all stainless steel version of our Pro Series mixer, which is also lightweight and rugged. This one-piece, investment-cast stainless steel bearing housing has two oversized bearings for high performance and a long service live.
The Fusion Fluid Equipment unique design of this retreat impeller provides a simple radial flow pattern that moves material from the center of the vessel outward where it flows along the outer walls of the tank.
The Fusion Fluid Equipment Rushton impeller, named after its designer, is one of the first mixing impeller designs to be documented. The classic design of this impeller provides a simple radial flow pattern that moves material from the center of the vessel outward where it flows along the outer walls of the tank.
The Fusion Fluid Equipment folding impeller is most commonly used in applications where access to the vessel is limited, such as drum mixers and tote mixers. Fusion's folding impeller design is essentially a two-bladed, pitch blade turbine impeller, where the blades fold down against the shaft when not in use.