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Morse Drum Tumblers are a great solution for mixing and blending 55 Gallon Drum products and more.

Morse Drum Tumblers are a great solution for mixing and blending 55 Gallon Drum products and more.

Morse 55 Gallon Drum Tumblers create "corner-over-corner" drum mixing to thoroughly blend contents right inside a sealed plastic, steel, or fiber drum. Drum tumblers are available 30 Gallon and 55-Gallon barrels and drums.

Using a Morse drum tumbler is a cost-effective way to save on time, labor, and material expenses. Drum tumblers allow for less handling of 55 gallon drums and higher percentage of usable contents. Tumblers and mixers are available for 55 Gallon, 30 Gallon, 210 Liter, and 114 Liter drums. Mixing available in End Over End or Tilt to Load methods depending on the Morse drum tumbler or drum mixer that is right for your job.

Whole drum mixers and tumblers eliminate the need for insertion mixers and avoid the messy cleanup. By mixing the contents in their own drum, workers are exposed to less chemicals and hazards. Morse 55 gallons Drum tumblers and mixers provide a well-mixed product, reduce settled or stratified ingredients, eliminate sediment buildup in the bottom of drums, homogenize liquids with granules or powders.

Tumblers and mixers are available for 5 Gallon Cans as well. All the benefits of using the 55 Gallon and 30 Gallon Drum Mixers and Tumblers applied to your smaller 5 Gallon Cans. Single can mixers and tumblers are available for small batch work. For larger jobs or chemicals that are used often, use the Double Can Mixer and Tumbler.

Call IPI today for more information on all Morse 55 gallon drum tumblers, mixers and rotators at 1-800-474-7294.

Mar 4th 2021 @ 3:46 PM Rich Eisenberg

About the Author: Richard Eisenberg


Born in the early 1960s, Richard Eisenberg grew up in the age of the Apollo program and spent his youth following his father's notions of Environmental happenings going on in the Northeast United States. In 1969 the Cuyahoga River Fire captured Rich's attention; his understanding that water puts out a fire, how can fire exist in or on-top of the water? This question got Rich on a path of curiosity and Environmental awareness at a very early age.


"News about a burning river was a signal that something had gone very wrong with the environment."

William Kovarik, environmental policy historian and communications professor, Radford University


Since the early 1980's, Rich has worked in the Environmental Safety Solutions industry. Providing Environmental Solutions for Railroads, Shipping yards, Government & Civilian for Secondary Containment and Oil Leak Prevention throughout US, Canada, Mexico and many countries abroad.


"My experience in dealing with tens of thousands of applications of Spill Containment, Facility Protection, Safety & Storage as well as supervising a staff of individuals providing a multitude of product solutions allows me the ability to draw on a vast amount of projects to find the right products for the clients applications. As an added value for IPI Clients, we are able to draw upon our partners and network of brand name and experienced manufacturer's."

Rich Eisenberg, Founder / Owner Interstate Products, Inc.



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