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130 Bowness Centre NW
Calgary AB, Canada
T3B 5M5



We recommend the Lafferty brand of Mixing Stations.  Please contact them directly to discuss your exact needs as these units are customized to suit you.

The 4-Way Push Lever Mixing Station is a chemical proportioner for accurately diluting 4 chemical concentrates to required ratios and filling any sized container with diluted, ready-to-use chemical solutions. This venturi injection system uses city water pressure (25 - 125 PSI) to draw and blend chemical concentrate into the water stream to create an accurately diluted solution. Push Lever Mixing Stations require the user to push and hold the lever to dispense. Available with separate flow rates for each lever to dispense into any sized container or equipment.

Key Features

  • Eliminates the need for manual mixing and optimizes chemical utilization, employee safety and labor efficiency
  • Hands-on push lever activation prevents accidental overfilling of containers
  • Chemical resistant wetted components ensure years of outstanding performance with minimal maintenance
  • Industrial-strength design holds up in tough environments
  • Water pressure gauge eliminates guessing, reduces set-up time and helps with troubleshooting
  • The dilution ratio for each lever is set independently
  • Draws chemical concentrate from any sized container
  • Choice of left or right side water inlet
  • Mixing stations can be plumbed in series
  • Choice of flow rates for filling small to large containers

Please specify the flow rate for each lever when ordering
Bottle Fill (BF), Low Flow (LF), High Flow (HF)

Available with ball valve activation (#985400)
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  • Stainless steel mounting bracket
  • Heavy-duty bronze actuation valve
  • Polypropylene injector body
  • Integrated back-flow preventer
  • Easy-to-read water pressure gauge for accurate tip selection
  • 20 color-coded metering tips for setting dilution ratios