In-Line Blending Systems
Built To Your Specifications
Our mixing and blending systems are optimized for more complex automated and continuous inline blending. These mixing systems offer a more customized approach where we work with you to meet your exact process specifications.
For Bioprocess Engineers
WMP has been providing “mixing solutions” to industry professionals for more than two decades.
Process blending vessels can be poly plastic (PE, PP, PVDF most common) or stainless steel (304ss and 316ss most common) as desired.
Automated or semi automated blending systems offer a precise and repeatable process which is able to be validated.
Typical blending system specifications and bill of materials can include:
- Process Tank – stainless or plastic
- Mixer – air or electric operated agitator
- Industrial or sanitary design, cGMP as specified
- Heating or cooling
- Pressure or vacuum
- Mixer speed controller
- Agitator tachometer
- Low Shear Mixing System
- High Shear Mixing, dispersing and homogenizing
- Batch and inline mixing/blending
- Top and bottom entry mixers
- Inline high shear and static mixers
- Temp and pH control
- Manways and ports
- Sight glass
- Pressure relief valves, rupture discs, hepa filters, vent filters
- Dust collector, solid feeders
- Metering pumps
- Heating and cooling temperature control units
- CIP spray wands, balls, nozzles
- CIP system
- Document packages
- On site installation and service
Thanks for thinking of White Mountain Process for your blending system needs.
Are available in either batch, semi-continuous, or inline continuous blending formats.
- recipe control metering and mixing of components
- save money by reducing raw materials and off spec product
- one stop source for mixers, tanks, pumps, and controls at WMProcess
- meet your mixing room footprint requirements with compact modular blending system
- save labor and production costs by continuous inline blending
Sanitary blending systems
Can include polished 316L stainless and AL6XN mixtanks and FDA/USP VI plastic as required. Systems requiring pressure, vacuum, or heating/cooling jackets would be metal tanks. Poly process vessels are great for atmospheric applications, and often use slight nitrogen blankets.