Industrial Mixers for Drilling Mud Agitating

Quality Control with FRAC & Produce Water AGITATORS

The fracking fluids you use during hydraulic fracturing are critical to successfully recovering oil and gas from deep shale formations. Now there are robust mixing tools that can guarantee the quality of your fracking fluids.

Dynamix has a full line of industrial mixers to effectively mix the components of your fracking fluids, including:


  • Sand
  • Aluminum shot
  • Ceramic beads

Fracturing Additives

  • Dilute acids
  • Biocides
  • Breakers
  • Corrosion inhibitors
  • Crosslinkers
  • Friction reducers

  • Gels
  • Potassium chloride
  • Oxygen scavengers
  • pH adjusting agents
  • Scale inhibitors & surfactants

Eliminate your process flow issues by using Dynamix’s high-pumping, high-torque industrial mixers:

Robust Mixers


Built with high service factors, so they can withstand the rugged nature of your processes and environments.

Customized Mixers


Engineering a mixing solution for your process means your drilling fluids are brought to specification with the control you need.

Portable Mixers


The ITM Series tote mixers can also be powered by hydraulic lines, so they can go where you need them, when you need them.

Fracturing Fluid Mixers


Because the compositions of your fracking fluids are dependent on your unique geological situation, your mixers need to be designed specifically for your processes and environments. You need high viscosity mixing solutions that are engineered to keep solids suspended.

Mixers for Oil & Gas Processes - Fraccing Fluid

NMX Series Industrial MixersGMX Series Industrial MixersDMX Series Portable MixersITM Series Tote MixersMMX Series Drum Mixers

Dynamix’s fraccing experts will seek to understand your process, select the perfect mixer, and provide you with a complete mixing solution. By understanding your process, we’re able to configure mixers specifically for your application. This in-depth knowledge is what also makes it possible for us to guarantee your fracking fluids’ uniformity and cycle time.

The result? Uniformity, right when you need it.