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CLEAN YOUR MIX TANKS, VESSELS, DRUMS AND CONTAINERS

This ergonomic and affordable carboy cleaning and rinsing system is available from WMProcess to improve COP clean out of place for smaller scale tanks and containers. These are very effective for poly tanks used in biopharma and laboratories for Buffer prep and salt solution makeup.   WMProcess carboy rinse station is compact and effectively COPs various size drums, carboys and containers – the WMP-COP/CRS-50SAN handles up to 50gal tanks

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P/N WMP-COP/CRS-50SAN
30” dia x 60” tall, bottom drain 18” off floor

Standard unit includes poly housing as shown in photo, spray nozzle, platform for setting carboy into place and inlet port for rinse solution and outlet port on self-draining cone bottom.

Custom Units Available

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Poly Non Metallic Mixer and Agitator

Corrosion Resistant Agitators including Poly, Plastic Titanium and Hastelloy C Mixers, and Mixtanks

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Using Hastelloy C Metal For Corrosion Resistant Mixers and Agitators
Industrial Mixers for corrosive solutions like acids, alkalines, leaching solutions, phosphates, sulfuric acid and other aggressive chemistries require the proper materials of construction for a robust maintenance free blending system.   White Mountain Process  offers corrosion resistant mixers and non-metallic agitation for these types of applications including.

  1. Hastelloy Metal — Hast C276 and Hast C22
  2. Mixer mechanical seals in Hast C readily available
  3. Custom mixing impellers in Hastelloy
  4. Production agitators with Teflon, Halar, PVC, Rubber, Kynar PVDF, PP
  5. We also offer top entry mixers with PE, PP, PVDF, PTFE, and other exotic alloys like Titanium and AX6LN
  6. WMProcess specializes in biopharma cGMP mixers and mixtanks, including USP VI Polypropylene and Kynar packages

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HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT HASTELLOY C FOR YOUR MIXING AND BLENDING PROCESS

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