Our Experience & Equipment, Your Custom Process
With the help of our in-house product testing lab, Oakes Engineers can help you launch a new product or streamline and improve an existing one.Learn More
After 75 years, we’ve learned quite a lot about mixing.
Used for over 500 applications worldwide, Oakes Continuous Mixers homogenize or aerate slurry to produce a highly uniform and stable cell structure.Learn More
Building Quality Equipment for 75 Sweet Years
As a family-owned, fourth-generation American manufacturer, Oakes designs and builds quality equipment proven to last decades with minimal downtime.View Company History
Mixers can combine two or more liquid streams, or just improve texture where aeration is not required. Energy efficient and labor saving, Oakes Mixers have a proven lifetime of forty years or more. Throughputs range from 10 to 14,000 lbs/hour.
Our job doesn’t end with the sale of our quality equipment. We offer the following products and programs to better serve all our customers.
Add the latest technology to your older-style Oakes by having it factory-rebuilt and upgraded.
Let our engineers help you launch a new product or streamline and improve an existing one.
An important part of choosing the right Oakes equipment, is having the opportunity to try it out.
Browse through a selection of new and reconditioned Oakes products in stock and ready to ship.
Customers with used Oakes Mixing Heads may be eligible for a credit with the purchase of a new mixer.
Stay up and running with spare and replacement parts for all of your Oakes equipment.
Get the latest industry news, product information, as well as insights and observations from the experts and engineers at Oakes.
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