History Timeline

1959 – Mark I

Original Concept

1960 – Mark II

  • Designed to mix wet animal feeds with liquid molasses.
  • Three models available in 3, 5 and 7 ton capacities.

1961 – Mark III

  • Designed to mix wet or dry feed and grains with molasses, minerals, trace additives, and antibiotics.
  • Eight models available in 2 through 10 ton capacities.
  • Many are still in use today

1965 – Mark IV

  • Designed to mix dry chemicals with liquid additives.
  • Ten models available in 1 through 10 ton capacities.
  • Many are still in use today

1968 – Mark V

  • Designed to continuously turn, fold and cross mix any batch of dry particulate matter, with or without liquid additives, to a uniform blend.
  • Over 70 models available in models available in 10 to 10,000 cu ft load volume capacities.
  • Unmatched mixing accuracy – test proven
  • Unique “free fall impregnation” of liquid additives.

1992 – Mark VI

  • Unmatched Blending Accuracy
  • Featuring Free-Fall Processing
  • Batch to Batch consistency
  • Updated seal design
  • Discover the Mk VI

1994 – Mark VII

  • Designed for uniform Gentle Blending
  • Free-Fall Processing with multiple falling curtains
  • Enclosed turbine design
  • Advanced seal design
  • Discover the Mk VII

1998 – Mark VII-1

  • Mixing & Blending Consistency
  • Free-Fall Processing
  • Versatile solids processor
  • Advanced cleanout options
  • Discover the Mk VII-1

2002 – Mark VIII

  • Designed for high purity dry blending
  • No mechanical drum seal
  • Consistent uniformity
  • Superior cleanout and wash-down capability
  • Discover the MK VIII

2008 – Mark IX

  • Designed for batch coating applications
  • Cutting edge coating technology
  • Pilot and production batch coaters
  • Discover the Mk IX

2014 – Mark X

  • Designed for snack blends, nuts and fruits
  • Extremely gentle food grade blending
  • Uniformity in 80 seconds
  • Discover the Mk X
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