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Big cats tamed by Landia’s caged mixers

Posted: Tuesday 26th April 2011

Submersible mixers made by Landia have been keeping the current of a man-made river flowing at Leipzig Zoo in Germany, one of the most important zoological gardens in Europe, where more than 2,000 lions and over 250 rare Siberian tigers have been bred.

Successfully installed in the zoo’s reserves for lions and tigers, as well as in a specially-created African Savannah for zebras and springbox, Landia’s POD-I mixers also prevent the water from becoming frozen over.

Landia also have mixers working at Wuppertal Zoo in the west of Germany. Here, a total of seven POP-I mixers also create circulation to prevent the freezing-over of a waterway that separates lions and tigers from their admiring public.

Direct-driven, with motors from 0.55 to 18.5 kW, Landia’s mixers agitate, homogenize and keep solids in liquids, slurries and sludges in suspension.

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