Innovative Tanks, Vessels, & Agitator Solutions
New Equipment Designs
At Feldmeier Equipment, we are not just about tanks and pressure vessels. We offer a variety of non-traditional components to add value to your projects. Whether you are looking for custom-designed components, a unique solution to a challenging process or tank access with ladders / stairs / mezzanine, we can help you design and fabricate a solution.
When your application requires agitation, Feldmeier engineers will select an agitator to match your processing requirements. Feldmeier offers a variety of agitators designed from mild to aggressive. If your goal is to keep items in suspension, dissolve solids, minimize foaming or aggressive blending to minimize batch times, the staff at Feldmeier will custom design the vessel and agitator for you.
Feldmeier Equipment offers a wide range of options on all its agitation systems including:
- Single and Double Mechanical Seals
- C-Face and Stainless Steel Motors
- Food-grade & Special Lubricants
- Inverter Duty Motors
AGITATOR SPECIFICATION SHEETS
PATENTED HYGIENIC CLAMP ELIMINATES EXPOSED THREADS
Feldmeier Equipment designed the first Hygienic Clamp Unions to eliminate cleaning liability due to exposed threads.
U.S. Patent No. 9,927,052
European Patent EP3538805B1
China Patent CN110268186A
PATENT PENDING HYGIENIC CAP ELIMINATES CORNER IN DEAD LEGS
Feldmeier Equipment designed the first Hygienic Cap to improve cleanability of dead legs in piping systems & vessels.
International Publication No. WO 2022/256517
PATENTED THRU SHAFT CLEANING EFFECTIVELY CIP’S MECHANICAL SEALS
Feldmeier Equipment designs mixer shafts to serve as rotating spray devices to provide CIP coverage to difficult to reach mechanical seals and annular space between co-axial mixer shafts.
U.S. Patent No. 8,979,356
PATENT PENDING BAFFLED SPRAYBALL THE WORLDS MOST ACCURATE SPRAYBALL
Feldmeier Equipment designed the first baffled sprayball producing unmatched accuracy and repeatability to target top head fittings and other critical cleaning locations in vessels.
Publication No. US 2022/0410227