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White Mountain Process Announces New 48 Hour Shipping Options

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Serving assortment of industries tote mixers perfect choice for commercial use and now offer 48 hour shipping.

Sturbridge, MA, United States of America – March 28, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

White Mountain Process (http://wmprocess.com) announces they are now able to ship all standard tote mixers within a 48 hour window, while continuing to offer free ground shipping within the continental United States. “Competitors often take weeks to ship items such as this, yet White Mountain Process understands clients need their equipment in a timely manner. Thanks to the rapid response customer service and quotes offered through the company, this is exactly what White Mountain Process clients obtain,” Kelly Nashawaty, spokesperson for the company, declares.

Many make use of white mountain process tote mixers for paints, chemicals, polymers, and other applications as they are bulletproof and designed for extreme duty. Direct drive cap mount tote mixers continue to be the perfect choice for those looking to mix waterlike solutions of 500cps or less. As these tote mixers weigh in at less than 15 pounds, if one selects the 1/2 or 1.5 hp versions, they go anywhere one needs to take them with ease, and the device works with caged IBC tote tank tops, mounting in seconds. “In addition to free UPS ground shipping in the continental United States, White Mountain Process offers a price guarantee on this agitator,” Nashawaty explains.

Businesses needing to blend items contained in 275 gallon or 330 gallon intermediate bulk containers turn to white mountain process tote bridge mixers. White Mountain Process specializes in custom and sanitary tote blending packages, and the air or electric agitators feature a robust bridge mount, allowing them to be used on multiple totes. “Gear drive tote bridge mixers work with viscous fluids as they offer ultra high torque bulk blending, while direct drive tote bridge mixers allow for higher mixing speeds, making them great for lower viscous mixing along with high speed blending,” Nashawaty continues.

Another option consumers may consider is tote lid mixers. Detachable tote lid mixers allow for a quick disconnect, and IBC tote lid mixers work great with stainless steel bulk containers. When one remains unsure of which mixer best meets their needs, the staff at White Mountain Process willingly steps in to help narrow choices as the goal is to help each client find the tote mixer for their preferred application,” Nashawaty states.

About White Mountain Process:
White Mountain Process, a company based in the United States, supplies mixing and blending equipment to businesses across the globe. The company strives to offer real help to clients experiencing mixing problems, with the goal being to provide suggestions for optimizing the blending process. White Mountain Process provides extensive application assistance and engineering support for those in need of help when it comes to their agitator, mixer, mixing tank, mechanical seal or blending system as clients deserve nothing less.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.wmprocess.com

Contact Info:
Name: Kelly Nashawaty
Email: kelly@wmprocess.com
Phone: 1-800-737-9619
Organization: White Mountain Process

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/white-mountain-process-announces-new-48-hour-shipping-options/37710

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