How to Operate a Variable Speed Electric Disperser
The disperser comes with a hand wheel control for varying speed, a pneumatic air cylinder lift, safety shroud and up to a 55 gallon container holder. Use the pneumatic lift system to raise the air cylinder, then lock the drum into the container holder, fill it with the material, and finally lower the air cylinder into the drum and start.
Which Disperser Do I Need?
Consider our small ½ to 3 horsepower HS-105, HS-115, HS-315, HS-320 or HS-300 electric dispersers for batches up to 5 gallons. These models offer varying blade and impeller options to suit your specific application. Pneumatic lift mechanisms make batch container changes easy. Variable speed and optional digital tachometers maximize process control and precision for working with multiple viscosities.
If an air motor is required, choose our HSD01, 02, 05 or 06 fractional HP dispersers for up to 1 gallon or our HSD15A, 16A, 40A or 41A dispersers for larger 5 gallon batches. For larger batch sizes up to 200 gallons see the HS-10 and HS-20 models. These floor-mounted models available with mechanical speed controls or variable frequency drives (VFD’s) offer the latest in AC variable-speed drive technology. Container holder chains and shaft shrouds provide operator safety while dispersing at high RPM.
Why Shop Dispersers at INDCO?
INDCO dispersers are ruggedly built for heavy-duty industrial applications. With models from fractional horsepower bench top designs to floor-mounted units up to 20 horsepower our dispersers are an excellent value. Featuring both electric and air-driven disperser designs we can provide the product to meet your needs.