Industrial Mixers In Real Life: Chemicals, Coatings, and Adhesives

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Chemicals, coatings, and adhesives are not likely to be items that occupy our minds on a regular basis. Although painted in many different lights, it doesn't appear that anyone would want to live in a world without chemicals, coatings, or adhesives. Chemicals account for one of the United States leading export sectors, coatings make our world a colorful place, and adhesives keep a large portion of our things together. In part 3 of our Industrial Mixers In Real Life series, we invite you to explore some of the companies that utilize our industrial mixing equipment and MXD Process equipment to make and or develop chemicals, coatings, and adhesives.

Gorilla Glue

gorilla glue

This Cincinnati, Ohio-based company has been helping people solve problems that require "gorilla tough" glue. Their product has become more of a verb than a brand. For example, "No worries, we will just gorilla glue that shelf back together." This fast-growing company produces a spectrum of products including, glue, super glue, epoxy, construction adhesives, tapes, self-standing bags, and more. Gorilla Glue utilizes the Mixer Direct Economy Clamp Mount Mixer.

Behr Paint

Behr Paint

Near the end of World War II, Behr Paint began as a mobile stain and varnish store in the form of a "woody station wagon". Now roughly 40 years later, Behr is one of the most respected and trusted brands in the premium paint industry. Behr's products include interior and exterior paint and primer, wood stains, finishes, strippers, and cleaners, floor coatings, sealers, and much more. Behr Paint uses the Mixer Direct DP1 (bench top disperser).

Clorox

Clorox

Clorox is perhaps one of the most iconic brands in the United States. This 100+ year company has a rich history and has played a vital role as a household cleaner and more in too many homes to count. What began as a liquid bleach company has later blossomed into a global supplier of household supplies. Their products include bleach, cleaners, disinfectants, cleaning tools, and much more. Clorox uses mixing blades from the Mixer Direct Hydrofoil line and the Axial Flow Turbine line.

Rust-Oleum

Rust-Oleum

Rust-Oleum began in 1921 with the creation of the world's first rust-preventative paint. Rust-Oleum serves multiple industry sectors including homeowners, automotive, professional, and industrial. The company offers solutions for concrete, glass, wood, plastic, brick, aluminum and just about any other surface you can dream up. Their products include stain, paint, epoxy, marine coatings, varathane, lubricants, cleaners, and more. Rust-Oleum utilizes a variety of Titan Tanks.

Rug Doctor

Rug Doctor

If we are being honest with ourselves, most of us have been in a situation where we needed a Rug Doctor for a spill or unfortunate stain. Rug Doctor originated in Fresno, California. In 1998, the company relocated its headquarters to Dallas, Texas. Currently, Rug Doctor manufactures their products in Fenton, Missouri, USA and the United Kingdom. Customers can rent a Rug Doctor in more than 20+ countries. More recently, customers can now purchase one of their products in the retail market. Rug Doctor uses the Mixer Direct Ring Pail Mount Mixer.

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