Agitators for small volume

Light duty top entry agitators are the best fit for applications with small volume tank like Coagulation, WTP, ETP, yeast fermentation, starch storage, storage and blending of concentrated fruit juices, bitumen, paint production, sanitary or pharmaceutical applications and many more.


This design of mixer which operates at speeds in range of 60-250 rpm is very suitable for mixing of different liquids, dissolving of solids in liquid, dispersion, Homogenous and emulsifying duties.





Key Technical Parameters


Motor Power 0.37-100 kW
Shaft Diameter 25-200 mm
Operating Pressure Atmospheric
Impeller Type Turbine, Propeller, Hydrofoil, Flat Blade Turbine, Sigma Impeller
Materials (Wetted Parts) MS, EN-8, SS304, SS316, SS316L, Duplex & Super Duplex Steel, (Comes with Various Lining RL, FRP, PP, PTFE)




  • Small and space-efficient design for easy integration.
  • Capable of handling various mixing processes.
  • Quick and hassle-free installation process.
  • Requires minimal maintenance, reducing downtime and optimizing productivity.
  • Noise and vibration reduction design for a quieter and smoother operation.
  • Available with different types of gearbox (Inline Helical, Worm).




Wastewater Treatment Plants

  • Light-duty industrial agitators are employed in wastewater treatment plants for processes like mixing, aeration, and biological treatment
  • They assist in the breakdown of organic matter, promoting the growth of microorganisms and facilitating effective treatment.

Desalination Plants

  • In desalination plants, light-duty agitators can be used for mixing chemicals during pre-treatment processes like coagulation and flocculation.
  • They assist in the removal of suspended particles and organic matter, improving the efficiency of the desalination process.

Pharmaceutical Industry

  • Light-duty agitators find applications in the pharmaceutical industry for small-scale mixing and blending of pharmaceutical ingredients and formulations.
  • They aid in achieving consistent mixing and dispersion of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), excipients, and additives.

Specialty Chemical Manufacturing

  • Industries involved in the production of specialty chemicals may utilize light-duty agitators for small-scale mixing and blending of specialized chemical compounds.
  • They assist in achieving precise mixing and homogenization of components for specialty chemical formulations.

Industrial Water Treatment

  • Light-duty agitators find applications in industrial water treatment processes, including cooling tower water treatment and process water treatment.
  • They aid in the mixing and dispersion of chemicals for controlling scale, corrosion, and microbial growth in water systems.

Chemical Industry

  • Light-duty industrial agitators are used in the chemical industry for small-scale mixing and blending of chemicals and compounds.
  • They assist in achieving uniform distribution and homogenization of chemical components for various chemical processes.

Food Processing Industry

  • Light-duty agitators find applications in the food processing industry for small-scale mixing, blending, and emulsifying operations.
  • They aid in achieving uniformity in product texture, flavor, and consistency for food products such as sauces, dressings, and small-batch recipes.

Paint and Coatings Industry

  • Light-duty industrial agitators are used in the paint and coatings industry for small-scale mixing and blending of pigments, resins, and additives.
  • They assist in achieving proper dispersion and homogenization of components for paint and coating formulations.


Know more about mixing Technology


These mixer agitators are comes in several specifications as per the need of our customers. The offered mixer agitators are tested from our end in order to deliver a defect free range to customer's end. Our mixer agitators are developed with quality material under the direction of skilled professionals.


We ensure the highest quality & performance of our Agitators. At the same time, we have a very strong performance track record of supplying various types of agitators for various applications.


Ask more to our Agitator Design Experts


  • Tip Speed
  • Pumping Capacity
  • Detention Time
  • ChemScale
  • Velocity gradient
  • Torque
  • Specific Power
  • Material of Construction


Agitator Manufacturing Champions


  • Accuracy of Machining
  • Lathe Machine, CNC, VMC
  • Qualified & Approved Welding Procedures


Tests Conducted by the Verito Quality Specialties


  • Run Trail
  • Noise
  • Vibration
  • RPM
  • Current
  • Run Out
  • DFT
  • Dimensions
  • Dynamic & Static Balancing
Chemical & Mechanical
  • UT
  • PMI
  • DP
  • PT


Final Assembly


  • We care about the Aesthetics of our Products


CFD in Mixing Technology
What is CFD ?


  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) represents an approved approach within the realm of fluid mechanics. Its widespread application is evident in industries such as automotive, aircraft, process, and mixing.
  • The primary objective of CFD is to address fluid flow-related inquiries by leveraging numerical techniques. The governing equations typically revolve around principles like Navier-Stokes, Euler, or potential-based equations.


Flow Simulation at Verito


  • Verito leverages cutting-edge Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) technology, alongside laboratory experiments and field trials, to design, scale-up, enhance, or modernize agitators and mixing systems.
  • Verito's engineers utilize CFD technology to gain an in-depth understanding of velocity distribution, flow patterns, areas with low velocity (referred to as dead zones, as illustrated in Figures 1, 2 & 3), as well as regions with both low and high shear rates within various mixing system configurations.
  • This enables the testing of multiple system setups and tank agitator designs to achieve optimal performance. Additionally, CFD technology aids Verito in fine-tuning impeller blade designs to strike a balance between power requirements and pumping capacity.


Key Outcomes of CFD-Studies


  • In-depth Information of Flow pattern
  • Areas with the potential of low mixing intensity can be pinpointed and rectified.
  • Availability of crucial process parameters like shear and energy dissipation
  • Evaluation of different design options
  • Shortened project timelines for complex process mixing systems
  • Mitigation of project risks
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