John Morris Scientific offers a broad selection of mixers and mixer products to suit almost any application.
Proper selection of a mixer requires knowledge of certain application variables:
1) Container capacity
2) Liquid viscosity (Dilatant, Newtonian, Pseudoplastic, Thixotropic)
3) Torque requirements
4) Horsepower (hp) requirements
5) Rotational speed (rpm) and diameter of mixing propeller
6) Duty cycle
7) Power supply
Choose from a variety of product offerings within 6 categories of mixer types:
Laboratory Mixers: available with permanent magnet, universal, or airdrive motors. Choose different mixer mounts for mounting on tanks or stands. Our variety of impellers and paddles lend versatility to
the mixer you select.
Industrial Mixers: available with electric- or air-driven motors for up to 1-hp. Fixed-or variable-speed and direct- or gear-driven options are available.
Speciality Mixers include:
Sanitary Mixers: for all applications requiring extra clean processes.
Bulk-Container Mixers: mount atop tote containers and mix liquids that are in long-or short-term storage.
Handheld Mixers: for mixing thin or heavy liquids in open or closed containers.
Static Mixers: installed inline and mix fluids as you pump them through a pipeline. The fluid moves through the mixer in an alternating clockwise/ counterclockwise motion to ensure a homogeneous product. They are virtually maintenance free and need no spare parts.
Accessories are available for all our mixers. Our Application Specialists can assist you in choosing the right impellers for optimum mixing.
Cole-Parmer are delighted to offer Masterflex® peristaltic Tubing Pumps.
Customers select Masterflex because the pumps are easy to use. In most cases, they can be installed within minutes. With few moving parts, they're easy to maintain.
Since peristaltic pumps confine the fluid to the tubing, the pump cannot contaminate the fluid and the fluid cannot contaminate your pump. To pump a different fluid, simply change the tubing.
Feature-for-feature, you will not find a lower priced tubing pump on the market. Even so, each component of a MASTERFLEX tubing pump is designed to strict standards and then rigorously tested; you can be confident of extremely accurate flow delivery.
MASTERFLEX drives, coupled with interchangeable pump heads and tubing, offer wide flow ranges and more than 10,000 possible pump combinations. Our pumps are designed for a wide variety of environments, from basic laboratory to industrial process to field use applications.