For 90 years SPX FLOW's Lightnin brand has been recognized as the leader in Mixing Technology. Our extensive knowledge base and dedication to continuous product development ensure efficient and reliable plant operations around the world. With our unsurpassed process application expertise, and state of the art analytical design tools we can solve virtually any mixing challenge no matter how complex.
As an SPX Flow Brand, Philadelphia Mixing Solutions leads the industry in optimizing mixing solutions to help customers improve mission-critical mixing processes. Whether you are looking for an innovative in-tank mixing solution, full scale aeration testing, we strive to provide the expertise, support and service for your specialized needs.
Acquired by SPX in 2001, Plenty was established in Newbury in 1790, and was originally involved with making farm equipment, moving to steam engineering during the 19th Century. Now the Plenty range covers Pumps, Mixers, Filters and Filtration Equipment for use in a variety of industries including oil & gas, power, water, & wastewater treatment, food & beverage, and edible oils, chemical and pulp and paper.
Eriez, world authority in advanced technology for magnetic, vibratory and inspection system applications... designs, develops, manufactures and markets magnetic separation, metal detection and materials feeding, screening, conveying and controlling equipment for process and metalworking industries.
Tranter heat exchangers share one thing in common-heat transfer through plates instead of tubes. Turbulent flow at low velocity produces high heat transfer efficiency and low fouling. The result...compact units with small heat transfer areas compared to conventional shell and tube exchangers. Plate exchangers conserve both material and labor resources, reducing up-front costs and future operational costs.
For more than 60 years Silverson has specialized in the manufacture of quality high shear mixers for processing and manufacturing industries worldwide. With customers in over 150 countries, and serving industries as diverse as food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, luboils and petrochemicals, Silverson has become the world leader in the field of high shear mixing.
Grieve offers more than 400 standard ovens and furnaces, with temperatures to 2700ºF, as well as custom heat processing systems. Grieve equipment includes laboratory, bench, cabinet, truck, walk-in and conveyor ovens; cleanroom and pharmaceutical ovens; laboratory and industrial furnaces; environmental test chambers and more. For all heat processing and heat treating applications.
Platecoil® and Econocoil® prime surface type single and double embossed heat exchangers. For over 50 years, Platecoil® has provided solutions for almost an unlimited variety of requirements in virtually all industries doe to its flexibility in size, shape, pressure containment, capacity, materials and surface finishes. Maxchanger® all welded stainless steel compact plate heat exchanger is infinitely superior where size, adaptability, and cost are important.
LEWA-Nikkiso America, Inc. is the leading supplier for metering pumps and systems in North America. With subsidiaries in Holliston, MA and Houston, TX plus numerous representatives, we guarantee excellent consulting, project management, engineering and service.
The NIKKISO canned motor pump is specifically used in the chemical industry for transfer and circulation tasks. The pump and motor are integrated in the sealed leak-proof structure of the canned motor pump. NIKKISO has developed pumps in accordance with DIN EN ISO 2858, API 685, and other standards.
Since 1962, Zanelli has manufactured single shaft turbodispersers, multi-shaft and planetary kneader dispersers, horizontal kneaders and extruders. Various options and customization is available to meet customer’s specific requirements.
All plants have cleaning requirements, and none are more stringent than those faced by plant, maintenance & sanitation managers in the food processing industry. Globally, there are thousands of food & beverage processing facilities that require high pressure wash-down capabilities for cleaning & sanitation, odor control, dust suppression, deboning & scale removal, and for a wide range of processing applications.
Most plants utilize a central, high-pressure cleaning system that allows multiple operators to clean faster, conserve water and use fewer chemicals. For wash-down applications, high pressure is the key to efficiency. The ability to boost pressure on demand enables operators to get the job done with less water, which saves money.