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Lightnin Mixers, an SPX Process Equipment company, is now offering a complete family of food mixers. The San*Star mixer family comprises 10 separate...

Lightnin Mixers, an SPX Process Equipment company, is now offering a complete family of food mixers. The San*Star mixer family comprises 10 separate mixers developed for applications ranging from bulk processing through to bench-top laboratory duties.

The San*Star mixer family will enable food manufacturers to standardise on a single group of mixers for an extensive range of duties and operating locations.

The key to effective mixing is the impeller and Lightnin provides a full range of impellers for food, sanitary, and biotech applications.

Recognising the need for geometrically accurate lab-scale impellers, the company has developed a process to produce exact duplicates of commonly-used impellers in very small diameters.

Contact: SPX Process Equipment Tel: 01604 889921

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