stainless steel mixing tank
widely used in chemical production
Various agitators for option
Mixing tank is mainly used for chemical reaction for mixing, blending and reaction purpose. It either be dished ends structure, or flat top structure. Optional for level gauges, temperature gauges and display device. With manhole, sight glass, inlet & outlet, and spare opennings. It is widely used in chemical, food, pharmaceuticals, resin polymerization, paint, ink, plant protection agents etc. Custom-made design for the tank shape, specification , accessory and fixing devices
1. Optional of jacket, inner or outer coiler-pipe for cooling/heating.
2. Optional material for wetted parts: enamel, carbon steel, stainless steel.
3. Optional surface treatment: pickling, polishing, anti-corrosion painting.
4. Optional structure: with lifting lugs, or supporting legs
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There is one thing about these pure metals that you need to keep in mind. The potential for rust is there and you need to take care of it. Once you find a great mixing tank, make sure that you wash it every day to avoid a possible corrosion build up. It's important to always use the cleaning solution recommended by the manufacturer. You should never use mineral spirits or other solvents to clean a stainless steel mixing tank because this can negatively affect the finish on the item. When using a solvent, the item may rust in a short period of time.
For your first cleaning you should only use mild soap and water. Never use acetone or any other type of solvent because they can etch the surface of the item as well. A good rule of thumb is to not use any type of cleaning solvent more than once. While it may seem like the solution is good enough, it will take weeks for the surface to dry. Just let the item sit and dry for a few hours before you try to polish it to keep it from getting any deeper than it already is.