Powder Blending Services

Chemical Solutions provides a range of powder blending services to help you formulate, blend, package and label various liquid and powder products. Whether you are an experienced retailer looking to perfect a winning formula or are just looking to produce a new product, let the team at Chemical Solutions help you achieve greatness.

We have access to advanced chemical blending equipment and strive to maintain state-of-the-art facilities and processes to ensure that you receive a product that meets your preferred specifications.

We currently manufacture custom chemicals and can also perform custom toll blending for a variety of industries including agriculture, construction and industrial cleaning. We produce based on our customers’ individual requirements and specifications and can assist in the development of new formulations.

We can assist you in everything from the formulation of the chemicals via our powder blending services, while safeguarding your intellectual property and other critical interests.

Blending of Corrosive Liquids and Manufacture of Slurries

5,000 litre stainless steel tanks with full tank width rotary agitation blades ensures quick and efficient dispersal of solid material such as starches into slurries and the dissolution of pellets or granules into solutions i.e. urea pellets. These vessels are capable of handling most corrosive materials and other dangerous goods. Our blenders have the capacity to blend a large volume of liquid at a rapid pace.

All manner of chemical substances, including powder, can be blended, including dangerous goods and hazardous chemicals. For larger or continuous blends, we use our 5,000 litre Nauta Mixer, or we can incorporate our 80,000 litre silo and a splitting/blending method when absolute homogeneity is required. Our powder blending services include be packing into a variety of packages such as bulk, drums, 25 bags or lesser packages.

Custom Chemical Blending Service in Melbourne: Delivering Quality Without Compromising on Cost

At our licensed manufacturing facility in Melbourne, we've honed our expertise to provide you with a custom chemical blending service that meets the highest standards of quality and delivers cost-effective solutions. Our versatile capabilities encompass a wide range of chemical production needs, ensuring that we are well-equipped to handle both large-scale manufacturing and custom, small-batch production with equal precision and efficiency.

We understand that cost considerations are critical to any chemical blending project. That's why we have optimised our processes for economy of scale, allowing us to offer low chemical blending service costs and consistent chemical blends.

Our team is ready to collaborate with you to achieve your chemical blending objectives, and we're committed to ensuring that your projects are successful and cost-efficient.

Specialised Toll Chemicals

To learn more about our powder blending services, contact us today or our team on 1300 708 558.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is a Chemical Blending?
Chemical blending combines two or more chemicals or substances to create a homogeneous mixture with consistent properties. This process involves carefully measuring and combining the ingredients, often in specific proportions, to achieve the desired chemical composition.
What Is the Difference Between Blending and Manufacturing?

The difference between blending and manufacturing lies in the nature of the final product. Blending focuses on combining existing substances to create a mixture. At the same time, manufacturing involves the creation of a new product or substance through various processes, which may include blending as a component. Is Blending a Manufacturing Process?

Blending is a manufacturing process involving creating a new chemical product or compound by mixing and combining different raw materials or ingredients. In such cases, blending becomes an integral part of the manufacturing process.

What Methods Are Used to Blend Powders?
Mixing powders includes mechanical techniques like tumbling, drum blending, and paddle mixing, which achieve uniform distribution. Advanced methods such as fluidisation, ribbon blending, and high-shear mixing are employed for specific applications, ensuring thorough blending and consistency.
What Is the Difference Between Mixing and Blending of Powder?
Mixing and blending of powders are closely related but have subtle differences. Mixing refers to combining two or more substances without a specific formulation or goal. At the same time, blending is the deliberate process of combining substances to achieve a predetermined composition or uniformity, often with particular proportions and characteristics in mind.