BRAWN Innovations & News
Brawn Custom Mixer Supports/Lift Stands
Brawn designs and manufactures both stationary and mobile support structures for our mixers and even for competitors mixing products. When our customers purchase mixer supports from Brawn, they know that the structure will have the right mechanical integrity and mixer positioning for their application.
Brawn's Youngest Engineer
October 17, 2014, Holland, Michigan - Holmes Elementary School in Spring Lake, Michigan asked their second graders to write a Career Day report. Garret Nordman chose to write about becoming an engineer and as part of his learning experience he was able to see what it was like to be an engineer at Brawn Mixer. Matt Kammeraad, Ike Kuiper and Dan Keller gave Garrett a tour of the facility and explained what some of their day to day responsibilities are as an engineer. "I really liked learning about how to become an engineer and I wear my hat and safety goggles all the time," said Garrett.
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Shear in Mixing
Shear is a widely misunderstood and often a misrepresented principle component of fluid mixing. Many of the misconceptions are routinely passed along from generation to generation of users. Shear rate is defined as velocity gradient. Particles in fluids or just fluids put under stress as a result of differing velocities.
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BRAWN Mixer introduces new BLP shaft seal
October 15, 2014, Holland, Michigan – Brawn Mixer has developed a new ‘dry running’ shaft seal, the BLP, for its complete line of top entry mixers.
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Fluid Mixing: Is it art or science?
The answer is simple. Fluid mixing is science, pure and simple, end of story.
One problem is that so many people, doing so many different processes approach the solution to their mixing process without a clue where to begin and hence end up doing a lot of trial and error, with little or no expert direction.
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Brawn is Excited to Announce the Availability of Electric XP Stainless Mixer Motors.
August 29, 2014 - The explosion proof series of stainless severe washdown duty XP motors are approved for use in Class 1 Division 1 Groups C&D, and Class II Division 1 Groups F&G with a Temperature Code of T3B. They are NEMA design B, include class F insulation, and have 40° ambient temperature rating with class B rise.
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New Mixers Save Time and Money in Production
May, 2014 - The power or energy applied to a mixing process is always an essential
component to successful results. This may seem like a very obvious concept, but
after 32 years in the business of providing mixing solutions, I am certain that very
few mixer users understand how the horsepower of a mixer motor actually effects
and is applied to their process.
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