Our history dates back over 50 years when the president of our company worked and supplied engineering for some of the 'legacy' companies in the mixing industry. For many years, Lotus Chemmixers remained a supplier of highly specialized agitators to niche markets primarily Nuclear, Pharmaceutical and Pulp & Paper.
In early 2004, the management team of Lotus Chemmixers saw changes in the market and demand from our customers to grow. We now offer a global work force of more than 500 employees, of which 98 individuals have engineering or other technical degrees (i.e. metallurgist, chemist, etc.). This also includes 12 individuals with doctorate level degrees.
Unlike any other company, Lotus Chemmixers utilizes our large engineering staff to provide unequaled expertise. It also allows us to perform critical research on new process technologies, product innovations and application development.
Today, nobody else in the industry has the same depth and experience.
Sanitary and Biotech Agitators from LOTUS Mixers Inc.
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Prof. James Tour
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