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Stainless steel has always been the ideal choice for impellers due to its surface properties, overall strength and long service life. But bronze was the industry standard for years – based on economy of resources, ease of manufacturing and its lighter weight helping facilitate hydraulic performance. Bronze is durable Use of stainless steel was typically reserved for specialty facilities and custom projects because it was simply cost prohibitive. With advances in manufacturing technology, stainless steel has become a more viable option. And in many cases, stainless steel impellers represent a better value because they are less likely to incur costly repairs due to corrosion and abrasives.

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Folding impellers are the ideal choice when you’re working with a closed-head drums, caged totes or containers with small openings. 

How folded impellers work

Due to their unique design, gravity assures that blades remain folded when the impeller is not in use. That makes folded impellers easy to install and remove – even in a container that offers restricted access. Folded blades only open fully when your mixer is powered on and the mixer begin to rotate.

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Choosing the right impeller and blade option will make your job more efficient. The blade you use depends on the type of mixture with which you’re working.

Learn which impellers are designed to tackle which mixes.

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What is a MixedFlow Impeller?

4/26/2018 11:45 AM

The Challenge: Mixed Viscosity Blending

Working with a material that includes a mix of liquids and solids means no standard mixing blade will do. Most impellers are diagonal or helical in design, delivering a simple fluid distribution pattern. And for obvious reasons, they’re simply not up to the job.

Enter, the Fawcett MixedFlow™ Impeller!

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