FIRSTmix 100

The cost effective automatic gyroscopic mixer


    A high-performance automatic mixer that improves your output on a budget
    The robust design and reliable technology provide years of worry-free service
    Automatic clamping and ergonomic design make can handling safe and easy

By providing reliable and consistent mixing results at a low lifetime cost, the FIRSTmix 100 automatic gyroscopic mixer is an ideal solution for small businesses seeking to optimize their mixing processes while minimizing expenses.

The COROB FIRSTmix 100 automatic gyroscopic mixer is the ideal equipment for paint stores seeking a reliable, high-performing solution with low lifetime costs.
The unit can handle round and square cans of various sizes, weighing up to 35 kg, which makes it a great option for a wide range of applications and for growing businesses and markets.

With its high-quality components and durable frame, the COROB FIRSTmix 100 is built to last and provide worry-free performance for years to come, minimizing the need for maintenance.

The automatic clamping system not only enhances operator safety but also makes operations effortless. Automatic pressure clamping settings, which are based on can size, ensure that cans are secured in place for optimal mixing.

The fully extractable lower tray facilitates the loading of cans and can be readily integrated with a conveyor, further enhancing the ease of use and efficiency of the mixer.

Technical data

Business environment Small paint stores / Growing markets and paint stores
Volume output Low / Medium
Type Automatic gyroscopic mixer
Max can weight [kg] (lbs) 35 (77)
Can size [mm] (in) Height: min 100 (4), max 400 (15.8)
Diameter: max 340 (13.4)
Can type Round / Square
Mixing motor power [hp] (kW) 0.75 (0.55)
Certification CE/UKCA – ETL
Door type Sliding Shutter
Dimensions (WxDxH) [mm] (in) 780 x 820 x 1085 (30.7 x 34.2 x 42.7)
Footprint [sqm] (sq ft) 0.64 (6.89)

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FIRSTmix 100 Brochure English


FIRSTmix 100 Data sheet English


FIRSTmix 100 User's Manual English

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