Since 1982, Reliance has strived to develop and manufacture its own design of specialty mixing equipment for the plastics, chemicals, battery, color, food, pharmaceutical and rubber industries. Innovation in our design and partnerships with technology leaders allows Reliance to stay at the forefront of Mixing Technology. Our location in Missouri City, Tx allows us to service our customers in North and South America while giving us access to easy shipping lanes to send parts when required.
Reliance Industries, Inc. has been working with its costumers to automate their operations while providing accurate information in reports and real time data. From new Controls Integrations to Retro-Fits and Upgrades, Reliance Engineers engineers can assist in your Controls Systems needs.
Reliance Batch Mixers
Reliance Batch Mixers are designed to mix singular batches. Material is added at the beginning of the cycle or throughout different points in the cycle. The material is mixed until all material is homogeneously distributed and the proper characteristics are met. Mixing speeds are dependent on the material being mixed and the parameter requirement.
Reliance Batch Mixers comes in Low, Medium, and High Intensity Styles. The materials are added manually or automatically by a centralized PLC Controlled Conveying System. Mixing stops after a fixed time has elapsed or a set temperature or amp point has been reached. Reliance can supply controls for batch mixers using PLCs or a combination of Timers, Push Buttons, and Potentiometers. VFDs, Starters, and all instrumentation can be supplied on the mixer and control panel.
Reliance Mixing Equipment
Reliance Mixing Equipment is used to mix different materials prior to processing. The type of mixer in an application will depend on the level of mixing needed. Reliance Mixing Equipment consists of High Intensity Mixers, Cooling Mixers, Paddle / Universal Mixers, and Container Mixers.
Low, Medium, and High Intensive mixes can be achieved based on the style of Mixer selected. Some of these mixers are used to facilitate chemical reactions that need to partake on different materials while others are used strictly to achieve homogeneous blends.