At Exapro, we offer a wide selection of high-quality, used mixers and homogenisers designed for liquid cream processing in the pharmaceutical and chemical sectors. Our equipment, meticulously vetted for performance and reliability, delivers robust functionality at a fraction of the price of new machinery. With prices ranging from €15,000 to €48,000, we cater to a spectrum of needs and budgets. The cost of used mixers/homogenisers can vary based on factors such as brand, age, condition, capacity, and specific features. While entry-level models start from €15,000, more advanced, large-capacity models can reach up to €48,000. Our used machinery offers affordability without compromising on quality, providing an excellent return on investment and a sustainable choice for your business. Whether you require a basic model or a high-end machine with advanced features, we ensure you find the right balance between cost and functionality. Explore our diverse range at Exapro and find the perfect fit for your operations today.

ACME NR-6Ni Liquid mixer Hot deal

Year: 2018

Volume capacity 6000 L
Mixing speed 60 rpm
Homogenizer No
Max T° 110 °
Double jacketed Yes
Manhole Yes

Fryma VME-700 Liquid mixer

Year: 1987

Volume capacity 700 L
Working pressure 1 bar
Double jacketed Yes
Max T° 0 °
Mixing speed 960 rpm
Dbl jacket pressure 3 bar

Fitech VM-V-1.5-V2A-152.0N-A blender with buffer press

Year: 2006

Volume capacity 1150 L
Working pressure 0.3 bar
S/ steel type
Max T° 95 °
Motor Power 152 kW

Liquid mixer similar to Brogli

Year: 2010

Volume capacity 180 L
Mixing speed 3600 rpm
S/ steel type
Max T° 100 °
Motor Power 8 kW

Used WAM WBHVX1100 Liquid mixer

Year: 2007

Volume capacity 1100 L
S/ steel type

ALFA LAVAL SHL 25 Liquid mixer


Volume capacity 25 L
S/ steel type

Heated mixer 80L. Under pressure


Volume capacity 78 L
Dbl jacket pressure 0 bar
Manhole Yes
Double jacketed No
Homogenizer Yes
Motor Power 1500 kW

Condor-mix HOD 600 Liquid mixer

Year: 2016

Volume capacity 600 L
Mixing speed 1450.3 rpm
Homogenizer Yes
Max T° 151 °
Double jacketed Yes
Manhole Yes

KRIEGER AG MMU 50 Liquid mixer

Year: 1995

Volume capacity 50 L
Working pressure 2 bar
Double jacketed Yes
Max T° 125 °
Mixing speed 4350 rpm
S/ steel type 1.4435

Vacuum mixer Brand OLSA Type MPEF 1000S Volume 1000 liters


Volume capacity 1202 L
S/ steel type
Dbl jacket pressure 2.2 bar

Laborall 2000lt Liquid mixer

Year: 2000

Volume capacity 2000 L
Working pressure 2.5 bar
Double jacketed Yes
Max T° 120 °
Mixing speed 120 rpm
Dbl jacket pressure 2 bar

Hermann Waldner Stainless Steel Reactor 2

Year: 2020

Volume capacity 755 L
Working pressure 4 bar
Dbl jacket pressure 6 bar
Max T° 150 °
Double jacketed Yes
Homogenizer Yes

Herman Waldner 755 Stainless Steel (AISI 316L) Reactor

Year: 2020

Volume capacity 755 L
Working pressure 4 bar
Dbl jacket pressure 6 bar
Max T° 150 °
Double jacketed Yes
Homogenizer Yes

Brogli Model MH 500 C Stainless Steel Jacketed Multi-Homo Mixer/Homogenizer

Year: 1977

Volume capacity 500 L
Double jacketed Yes
Manhole Yes
Max T° 120 °
Homogenizer Yes
S/ steel type

Unknown planetary mixer 230 L Liquid mixer

Year: 2010

Volume capacity 230 L
Mixing speed 3600 rpm
Motor Power 8 kW
Max T° 100 °
Double jacketed Yes
S/ steel type

Used Mixers/Homogenisers on Exapro: Vital Equipment in the Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries

In the fast-paced world of pharmaceuticals and chemicals, achieving optimal production efficiency is key. At the heart of these industries lies one key machinery — mixers and homogenisers. Serving as the primary tool for blending liquids or semi-solids, these machines are indispensable for the creation of uniform, high-quality products. Yet, procuring new machinery can prove costly for businesses, often driving professionals to seek cost-effective alternatives. This is where Exapro steps in, offering reliable used industrial machinery, including liquid cream mixers/homogenisers.

The Mixer/Homogeniser: A Pillar of the Industry

Mixers/homogenisers streamline the production process by combining ingredients into a single, unified mixture, ensuring a consistent product. Whether it’s mixing active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in a liquid cream base or generating emulsions in the chemical sector, these machines provide unparalleled results. Their versatility, precision, and capability to handle different viscosities and densities make them essential assets.

Why Choose Exapro?

At Exapro, we understand the challenges of procuring high-quality, cost-effective industrial machinery. Our platform offers a wide range of used mixers/homogenisers that are perfect for the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. Each machine we offer is thoroughly vetted for quality, ensuring reliable performance for your production needs.

Purchasing used machinery from reliable sources like Exapro ensures that you get great value for your money. You can find equipment with little wear and tear and many operational years left, providing an excellent return on your investment. With prices ranging from €15,000 to €48,000, our selection of used mixers/homogenisers offers a cost-effective solution for professionals in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. Whether you're looking for a basic model or a high-end machine with advanced features, Exapro offers quality and affordability in one place. Explore our range today and find the perfect fit for your operations.


Main Advantages of Mixers / Homogenizers 

Mixers and homogenizers, particularly those designed for liquid cream, offer numerous advantages in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. These advantages highlight their importance and efficiency in the production process:

Consistent Quality: One of the main advantages of using mixers and homogenizers is the consistency they bring to products. These machines can effectively blend all ingredients into a uniform mixture, ensuring every single unit of output maintains the same high quality.

Efficient Production: Mixers and homogenizers facilitate quicker blending and reduced production time. This leads to increased productivity and output, offering an immediate boost to operational efficiency.

Versatility: These machines can handle a wide variety of materials, including different types of liquids, creams, and even semi-solids. This makes them highly adaptable and usable across a range of product formulations.

Particle Size Reduction: Homogenizers, in particular, are excellent for reducing the size of particles in the mix. This is crucial in pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications, where smaller particle size can lead to better product stability and absorption rates.

Emulsion Stability: Mixers and homogenizers are key to creating stable emulsions, which are mixtures of two immiscible liquids. This is especially important in the production of numerous pharmaceutical and cosmetic creams, which rely on stable emulsions for their efficacy and shelf-life.

Improved Product Attributes: The process of mixing and homogenizing can enhance several product attributes such as texture, taste (in food processing), colour uniformity, and shelf-life, leading to a superior end-product.

Energy Efficiency: Modern mixers and homogenizers are designed to be energy-efficient, reducing the overall operational costs in the long run.

Scalability: These machines come in a variety of sizes, offering scalability to suit different production volumes, from small-scale to high-capacity production lines.

By understanding these advantages, you can leverage the capabilities of mixers and homogenizers to streamline your production process and improve the quality of your products.


Machine Parameters of Mixers / Homogenizers

Understanding the main machine parameters of mixers/homogenisers used for liquid cream is crucial for their effective operation and ensuring optimal output. Here are some of the key parameters to consider:

Capacity: This is the volume of material that the mixer/homogeniser can handle at once. It's often denoted in litres or cubic meters, and choosing the right capacity depends on your production needs.

Speed: The speed of the mixer or homogeniser affects how quickly it can process materials. Some machines offer adjustable speeds to accommodate different types of products and desired consistency.

Pressure: Particularly important for homogenisers, pressure denotes the force exerted on the material to break down particles and achieve a uniform mixture. It's often measured in bar or psi.

Motor Power: The motor power, generally measured in horsepower or kilowatts, affects the machine's ability to handle tough materials and achieve desired results quickly.

Material of Construction: The materials used to construct the machine should be resistant to corrosion and contamination, especially for pharmaceutical and food-grade applications. Stainless steel is commonly used due to its strength and resistance properties.

Temperature Control: Some mixers/homogenisers offer temperature control features, crucial when working with temperature-sensitive materials.

Agitator Design: The design of the agitator (the part of the mixer that physically stirs the material) can affect the mixer's efficiency and the quality of the blend. Paddle, propeller, turbine, and disc are some types of agitator designs.

Viscosity Range: This is the range of material thickness that the machine can handle. It's crucial to consider if you'll be working with materials of varying viscosities.

Noise Level: In some cases, you might also want to consider the noise level of the equipment, especially for workplace safety and comfort.

Maintenance Requirements: Some machines are easier to clean and maintain than others. This can impact the overall operational cost and efficiency of your production process.

These parameters are vital when selecting a mixer/homogeniser, as they directly affect its performance, efficiency, and suitability for specific applications. Make sure to thoroughly understand these aspects before purchasing or operating such machinery.


Area of use 

Mixers and homogenisers, particularly those designed for liquid and cream processing, have a wide range of applications across numerous industries. Here are some of the main areas where these machines are commonly used:

Pharmaceutical Industry: Mixers and homogenisers are used for the blending of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) into creams, gels, and liquid bases. They ensure uniform dispersion of APIs, crucial for efficacy and safety. Additionally, they are used in the production of emulsions, suspensions, and other pharmaceutical preparations.

Cosmetics Industry: In the cosmetics industry, these machines are employed in the production of lotions, creams, ointments, and gels. They ensure that all ingredients, including active components, are evenly distributed in the product.

Food and Beverage Industry: Homogenisers are widely used in the food and beverage industry for applications such as dairy processing (milk, cream, yogurt, ice cream), condiment production, and more. They help in achieving a smoother texture, improved taste, and longer shelf life by creating stable emulsions and reducing particle size.

Chemical Industry: In the chemical industry, mixers and homogenisers are used for mixing various chemicals to create a range of products. They can handle materials with varying viscosities and properties, making them incredibly versatile.

Paint Industry: These machines are often employed in the paint industry to mix and break down pigments into resins, ensuring an even and smooth paint product.

Biotechnology: In biotech applications, homogenisers are used for cell disruption to extract intracellular components. They are also used for the creation of emulsions and dispersions in product manufacturing.

Ink Production: Mixers and homogenisers are used in the ink production industry to achieve the required viscosity and to ensure that pigments and resins are uniformly mixed.

Soap and Detergent Industry: These machines play a crucial role in mixing and homogenising various components to produce uniform and high-quality soaps and detergents.

By understanding the specific needs of your industry and application, you can select a mixer or homogeniser that will deliver the most effective results.


Main Manufacturers of Mixers and Homogenizers 

There are many renowned manufacturers globally that produce high-quality mixers and homogenisers, particularly for liquid cream processing. Here are some of them:

GEA Group: A German-based company, GEA Group, is a global leader in process technology, particularly for the food industry. They offer a wide range of mixers and homogenisers, including high-pressure homogenisers.

IKA Works: Specialising in laboratory, analytical, and process technology, IKA offers a variety of mixing and homogenising equipment for both laboratory and large-scale production.

SPX FLOW: An American company, SPX FLOW is renowned for its range of process equipment, including high-performance homogenisers, for the food, beverage, and pharmaceutical industries.

Silverson Machines: A UK-based company, Silverson, is known for its high shear mixers, including homogenisers. Their products are well-regarded in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and food industries.

NETZSCH Group: NETZSCH offers a wide array of mixing and dispersing equipment for various industries, including the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and chemical sectors.

Ross Mixers: Charles Ross & Son Company offers a variety of industrial mixing equipment, including homogenisers, suitable for a wide range of applications.

Krones AG: A German packaging and bottling machine manufacturer, Krones, also provides mixing and blending technology, suitable for beverage and liquid food industries.

Tetra Pak: Famous for their food processing and packaging solutions, Tetra Pak also offers a range of high-quality homogenisers.

FrymaKoruma (ProXES Group): FrymaKoruma offers a range of process technology, including mixers and homogenisers, with a focus on the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food, and chemical industries.

With products that address a wide range of needs in the industrial processing industry, these firms are renowned throughout the world for their quality and technological ingenuity. Before selecting the best manufacturer, it is generally advisable to conduct extensive research and take your unique needs into account.