INDCO Presents Benchtop Mixers

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New Albany, IN – INDCO HS-100 and HS-300 series benchtop dispersers can mix up to 5-gallons of materials at a time, making them ideal for a wide range of high shear applications within labs, pilot plants, and small-scale production environments.  Each unit comes with a 1 ½ to 3 HP motor (TEFC or EP), a 1-inch x 19-inch stainless steel shaft, and either a 4-inch or 5-inch stainless steel disperser blade.  A mechanical hand knob or AC variable speed drive allows varying of shaft speed from 1000 to 4100 rpm to achieve desired shear within the mixing chamber.  Pre-lubricated heavy duty ball bearings ensure a long service life.  An air lift with an easy-to-use toggle-valve raises and lowers the pneumatic cylinder 15-inches to allow placement of a holder with capacity to 5-gallon pail (air lift requires approximately 5 cfm at 40 to 50 psi).  All wetted parts are constructed from 300 series stainless steel.  INDCO HS-100 and HS-300 series benchtop mixers are ideal for a wide variety of applications within food and beverage, chemical, paint and coatings, ink and pigments, plastics and rubber, cannabis/CBD, and other industries.

All INDCO mixers are made in the USA. INDCO engineers are available to assist with process and mixing questions.


Located in New Albany, Indiana, INDCO is a leading manufacturer of industrial mixers.  Since 1975 they have designed and manufactured a completed lineup of mixers for batch sizes up to 50,000 gallons.  They use premium brand components in their robust designs to deliver high quality mixers that earn their customer’s trust.  In addition to premier equipment, INDCO prides itself on providing fast, friendly customer service and immediate technical support.  Full information is available on their comprehensive website,, by calling (800) 851-1049, or via email at [email protected]

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