Agitators & Mixing Systems

MGT Design and manufacture a range of stainless steel mixers and agitators for process requirements and applications in the food, chemical, biopharma, and other industries.

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MGT-MIXING is a division of the MGT Liquid & Process Systems group of companies. MGT-MIXING designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of Stainless Steel Mixers & Agitators to suit every process requirement. For over 40 years we have been providing agitators & mixing systems for customers all over the world, using cutting edge mixing and process technology.

Flow Dynamic Simulation

MGT Mixing employs the latest mixing simulation software for real-time optimization of mixing systems based on our customer’s process conditions. Using MGT Mixing simulation software, we can evaluate and improve the efficiency of our customer’s mixing process, processing time, efficiency and energy use.

Tailored solution

Specialized in Liquid/Liquid, Solid/Liquid & Gas /Liquid processing, MGT is offering innovative solutions to optimize industrial processes such as blending, emulsifying, dispersing and suspending with the goal to reduce production time, increase efficiency, optimized mass transfer and production yielding.


All mixing impellers produce both fluid velocity and fluid shear, but different types of impellers produce different degrees of flow and turbulence, either of which may be important, depending on the application.

MGT Mixing delivers varied agitator and vessel types to meet diverse industry requirements.


Determine Impeller Size and RPM Requirement

This depends on the kind of impeller and operating conditions described by the Reynolds, Froude, and Power numbers as well as individual characteristics whose effects have been correlated. For the popular turbine impeller, the ratio of diameters of impeller and vessel falls in the range, d/D,=0.3-0.6, the lower values at high rpm, in gas dispersion, for example.

Determine Torque

In order for power (the rate at which work is done) to be meaningful there must be a standard of comparison.

The most common unit to measure linear force is horsepower which defined as the energy to move 100 pounds 330 feet in 1 minute.  Mechanical transmission products such as gearboxes are evaluated on the basis of torque of rotation energy. Rotational power is defined as force time’s angular velocity. The angular velocity of a mixing impeller is normally measured in revolutions per minute (RPM). The amount of torque applied to fluid mix is one of the most important factors in determining mixing results.

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