Mixing and Blending News

  1. Ross Mixing Expands Manufacturing Plant In Florida
    12/8/2009
    Ross Industries Inc. announced the approval to expand its Ross Mixing Inc. manufacturing plant in Port St. Lucie, FL. The expansion will add nearly 12,000 sq. ft. to the existing building.
  2. Specifying a Control System
    12/3/2003
    The business of creating an efficient mixing or blending system is a spectacular balancing act...
  3. Ross PowerMix Used For Viscous Mixing & Dispersion
    12/5/2005
    The patented PowerMix is unique and includes two separate agitation systems within one mixer. A planetary blade revolves in combination with a separate high speed dispersion blade
  4. Ross Stocks Sanitary Double Cone Blenders
    7/18/2008
    The Double Cone Blenders design is most often used for the intimate dry blending of free flowing solids. The solids being blended in these units can vary in bulk density and in percentage of the total mixture.
  5. Ross Introduces Sanitary Mixing Systems
    4/1/2009
    Charles Ross & Son Company, the leader in specialty mixing and dispersion equipment, is now offering complete sanitary mixing and dispersion systems.
  6. Ross Vertical Blender Offers Gentle Blending Action
    8/28/2006
    The Ross Vertical Blender is ideal for the blending of easily degradable solids. The mixing screw rotates around the periphery of the cone, and simultaneously lifts materials from the bottom to the top of the blender
  7. Fast Delivery Of V-Cone And Double Cone Tumble Blenders
    9/10/2012

    Fully-equipped Ross V-Cone and Double Cone Tumble Blenders are now available from stock or with fast delivery times.

  8. New Ross Double Planetary Mixer With Special Finger Blades
    1/28/2013

    Ross introduces a new agitator blade design for their line of Double Planetary Mixers. Pictured is a 100-gallon model equipped with two identical rectangular stirrers with upward rake fingers.

  9. Static Mixers Offered For Turbulent And Laminar Flow Mixing
    5/10/2004
    Charles Ross & Son Company, the leader in specialty mixing and dispersion equipment, offers two economical designs of its Static Mixers. The LPD, Low Pressure Drop model, is typically used for low viscosity turbulent flow mixing of fluids and for gas-liquid, gas-gas mixing. This design is offered in many materials of construction up to 60 inches diameter
  10. Ross Introduces Laboratory High Viscosity Disperser Model PBA-2
    8/15/2013

    Ross introduces a Laboratory High Viscosity Disperser featuring interchangeable bow-tie and paddle blades driven by a 2HP explosion-proof, VFD-capable motor. Suitable for use with standard 5-gallon pails, this bench-top mixer is ideal for thorough blending of fluids with very different viscosities, quickly resuspending dense solids that have settled during transport or storage, preparing thick paste-like formulations and other similar applications.