Cup Mixer Element
The cupmixer is a special stirring element. It is used in the mixing process of viscous products. The cupmixer is also suited for sensitive viscous products that are easily damaged. A cupmixer is placed in the tank horizontally and can have one or more cup sets placed above each other on the stirring shaft in order to create a throughput from one cup element to the other.
In order to provide a visual explanation of the operation of the cupmixer, we have included a video tutorial. Check it out below!
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