When you hear the term industrial blender, it often brings to mind the blender you have on your kitchen counter. After all, why would any industries use blenders? Well, the basic purpose of a blender is to mix things, and all industries need that ability, so they often turn to industrial blenders to do their mixing for them. No one wants to make 100 gallons of something by hand when a blender could do the same job, and several of the blender using industries might even surprise you.
First, construction. That massive cement mixer that you see every single day, all it is, is a blender doing its job. Cement needs to be created, we can’t find it in nature, and the cement mixer blends the various ingredients together until it becomes the grey pasty cement that everyone uses. Small amounts of cement can be mixed by hand, but when the larger amounts are needed then the industrial blender comes out.
Unsurprisingly, restaurants often use industrial blending machines to make large amounts of items that are then either stored or given to you. Think about the last time you got ice cream, you didn’t have to wait for someone to make it from scratch, because it was already made. Made by a blender that mixed all the ingredients together, and then the finished ice cream was frozen and stored until consumers walked in.
Industrial blenders are even used in the paint industry to make and mix large batches of your favorite color. The ingredients are placed in the blender and then paint is eventually mixed. Other industries that use blenders include the adhesive, glass, and battery industry. If the job needs a powder, paste, or substance mixed, then the industrial blender is the one to do it.