An ink mixer is a vital piece of equipment in a professional screen printing shop. The Anatol Formulator Screen Printing Ink Mixer is ideal for mixing plastisol or waterbased inks, for adding pigments such as glitters and fluorescents to bases, and for ensuring thorough blending of reducers and other modifiers. The self-centering feature automatically adjusts the Formulator to hold a wide variety of ink containers , from 1 quart up to 5 gallons. The mixer’s special blade configuration with “lift and roll” movement provides gentle, thorough mixing without splash-up or air bubbles, and prevents ink from settling in the sides or bottom of the container. The Formulator offers fixed and variable speed options, and can rotate either clockwise or counter-clockwise.
- Variable speed AC electric motor
- All-steel construction
- Self-centering clamp
- Three stainless steel mixing blades (quart, gallon, 5-gallon) included
- Accepts the full range of U.S. and International container sizes including 1 quart, 1 gallon, 5 gallons and all sizes in between (1 to 20 liters)
- Touchscreen controls
- Change mixing direction (clockwise, counterclockwise)
- Easy changeover for different blade sizes
|Container Size||Machine Dimensions||Shipping Weight||Electrical Requirements|
|1 quart – 5 gal|
(4 – 20 liters)
|24.4″ L x 19.3″ W x 36.2″ H||121 lb|
|1 Phase, 110 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 250 Watts, 9A|
1 Phase, 220 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 250 Watts, 6.5A
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