At ReAgent, we offer an end-to-end chemical mixing service that has the capacity to handle liquids, powders, creams, and gels. Our latest chemical mixing video gives you a comprehensive look at everything included in this service, from the equipment we use and the viscosities we can blend to the packaging and labelling options we’re able to offer.
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See Our Chemical Mixing Process In Action
If you’ve ever been curious to see how we run things in our Cheshire-based manufacturing facility, now’s your chance to have a peek! In two and a half minutes, our new video runs you through our entire chemical mixing process, including:
- The types of chemicals we’re able to mix
- Our high-viscosity blending equipment
- The ISO Standards we manufacture to
- The types of packaging materials we offer
- How we manage your supply chain
In between all of this information, we show you footage of our highly trained team of experts as they fulfil and package orders, giving you a chance to watch our operations in full effect and see the faces behind this industry-leading service.
Highlights of Our Service
At ReAgent, we pride ourselves on offering an end-to-end service that’s flexible enough to meet your exact requirements. Some of the highlights of our chemical mixing service that we talk about in the video are:
- Mixing chemicals at elevated temperatures
- Blending substances up to a viscosity of 50,000 cP
- A bespoke labelling service for the branding of your product
- International delivery for all orders via our ADR-approved couriers
- Compatible packaging for everything from corrosive acids to flammable liquids
Watch our chemical mixing video now to learn more about what we offer!
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