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Bourgault introduces the Chembine

A new chemical mixer from the brand’s Free Form Plastics division

In late September Bourgault Industries’ Free Form Plastics division announced the market introduction of its Chembine chemical mixer. “The Chembine incorporates all the features of existing chemical mixers plus adds more user friendly features and several patent pending new designs,” reads the company’s news release.

Among those new features is a newly designed knife block that, the company says, allows for faster and easier filling and permits the containers to more fully empty out. Four vertical ribs help improve the agitation and mixing within the Chembine’s hopper which is done by the “vortex cycling water jet eductor system.” The integrated ribs also allow metal legs to be contoured to the tank, which helps create a solid assembly, ensuring there is no movement when opening the lid.

To shorten change-over times the cone bottom tank and optional pump have micro valves for complete drainage without the need for tools. The Chembine’s frame has pedestal legs that are pre-drilled at the base so the unit can easily be fastened to truck or trailer beds. It uses a three-inch Banjo thread-less plumbing system. An optional Wet Seal pump is also available.

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