Charles Ross Debuts New Laboratory Mixer Model

September 29, 2011

The bench-top unit is designed for a variety of mixing tasks, such as powder dispersion, deagglomeration, pureeing soft solids, solubilization, emulsification, and homogenization.

Charles Ross & Son Co. (Hauppauge, NY) has introduced the new model HSM-100LSK-I multipurpose laboratory mixer. The bench-top unit is designed for a variety of mixing tasks, such as powder dispersion, deagglomeration, pureeing soft solids, solubilization, emulsification, and homogenization. Depending on the mixing attachment, the machine can handle formulations up to approximately 50,000 cP.

The mixer is offered with interchangeable mixing attachments, including batch and inline rotor/stator sets, various size disperser blades, and propellers.

Features include:

  • Type 316 stainless steel wetted parts.

  • 3/4HP drive, 115V, 50/60 Hz, single phase. Optional voltages are available.

  • Variable frequency drive provides speed control from 500 to 10,000 rpm with +/- 1% accuracy. Built-in LED speed display.

  • Can be used with various size vessels – 16” clearance under mixing attachment and 12" distance between the feet (base).

  • Recommended batch sizes:

  • Batch rotor/stator, disperser and propeller attachments – 1 quart to 2 gallons.

  • Inline rotor/stator attachment – 1 gallon to 20 gallons.

  • Micro mixer attachment – 50 to 500 ml.

  • Power lift mechanism with push-button raise and lower controls.

  • Easy to disassemble and clean with simple hand tools.