Supplier News

  1. Arizona Instrument LLC Designs Complete Line Of Portable And Fixed Jerome® Toxic Gas Analyzers
    1/2/2009
    Arizona Instrument LLC, an ISO 9001:2000 registered company, designs, manufactures, and markets the complete line of portable and fixed Jerome® toxic gas analyzers.
  2. Ross Appoints New Vice President
    12/24/2008
    Executive Vice President has announced the promotion of John Paterson to the position of Vice President – Ross Mixing Inc. located in Pt. St. Lucie, Florida.
  3. Ross Offers 350 Cu. Ft. Vertical Blender
    11/18/2008
    Ross Vertical Blenders are ideal for the gentle blending and drying of powders. In the Vertical Blender, the mixing screw rotates around the periphery of the cone, and simultaneously lifts materials from the bottom to the top of the blender.
  4. Ultra High Shear Mixer Offered By Ross
    10/13/2008
    Charles Ross & Son Company has announced the introduction of the new model of the PreMax Mixer, one of the company’s specialty high shear mixer designs.
  5. Ross PowerMix Used For Viscous Mixing And Dispersion
    8/27/2008

    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. Both revolve on their own axis as well as on a common axis and the speed of each can be varied independent of the other.

  6. Announcing ResonantAcoustic® Mixing: Mixing Without Impellers
    4/17/2008
    Resodyn Acoustic Mixers, Inc., is pleased to announce the commercial availability of laboratory and production scale mixers, which utilize the company’s proprietary technology, ResonantAcoustic Mixing® (RAM). The newly patented technology uses low-frequency, highintensity sound energy to provide intimate mixing of gas-liquid, liquid-liquid, liquid-solid, or solid-solid systems
  7. The Advantages Of Mixing Under Vacuum
    4/14/2008
    Many of the advantages of mixing, blending, and drying under vacuum have been recognized for years. But until recently, vacuum has also been widely misunderstood. Many processors have considered vacuum essential — and cost-effective — only for the most demanding applications. Submitted by Charles Ross and Son Company
  8. A Guide To Understanding And Mixing Thickeners
    4/14/2008
    Rheology modifiers, commonly referred to as thickeners or viscosifiers, are ever-present in most products. The use of these additives cut across several process industries including food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and personal care, adhesives, textile, ceramics, paper, detergents, paints, inks and coatings, among others. They serve the purpose of not just altering the viscosity of the formulation but also that of providing specific functionality to the product. Submitted by Charles Ross and Son Company
  9. Mixing Emulsions Made Easy
    4/12/2008
    An emulsion, made up of an aqueous and an oil phase, is a common type of delivery system used in many different industries. The virtually infinite number of combinations of emulsion systems necessitates the continuing effort to study them and the processes by which they can be prepared efficiently. Submitted by Charles Ross and Son Company
  10. Understanding Surfactants And New Methods Of Dispersing Them
    3/26/2008
    Surface-active agents, or surfactants for short, are compounds that lower the surface tension of a liquid and lower the interfacial tension between two liquids. Surfactants are amphiphilic in nature, possessing both hydrophilic and lipophilic properties. The unique combination of these opposing properties in the same molecule is what enables a surfactant to reduce surface and interfacial tensions. Submitted by Charles Ross and Son Company