Even Mix’s New Article Outlines Differences Between Air and Electric Mixing Motors
Phil Rankin, founder of the leading industrial tote mixer brand, Even Mix, states that air mixers tend to last longer compared to electric mixers.
One of the most common questions is whether air drive motors are better than mixers using electric drive motors. Phil Rankin’s latest article attempts to answer this question by outlining the pros and cons associated with each technology. Air Drive motors can last longer, but an electric drive motor provides greater accuracy and control.
According to Rankin, because electricity is pure, it does not encounter many of the same air-related issues. That way, users have better control over the variants and speed. Even Mix’s electric drives offer speeds over 150 RPM; the speed can be directly adjusted via a touch screen on the mixer, choosing from four preset modes.
If precise control does not matter, air-powered mixers can be a better choice. Air drive motors can also last comparatively longer, costing businesses less in maintenance and subsequent replacement. However, it is essential to be aware of its limitations.
Readers can go through Rankin’s article on the company’s official website: https://evenmix.com/electric-or-air-motor/.
“At Even Mix, we live and breathe mixers, and from experience, we can tell you that the air drive motor isn’t necessarily better than the electric drive motor or vice versa. The important thing is to choose a mixer that is right for you, the power supply available at your base of operations, and what you intend on mixing.” Said Rankin when discussing his article.
He added, “Hopefully, I’ve managed to provide readers with the information they need on the features of every drive and how they work. However, people are free to contact us to find out more or if they need help deciding on the right tote mixer.”
About Even Mix™
Even MixTM is best known for using the latest technology and aerospace engineering design to build pump technology and state-of-the-art variable pitch blades, bringing true mixing technology. When installed, the mixing blades do away with having a pin, and the blades can be used at the bottom. It also means that the blades or mixers can be used in plastic and linear drums.
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