80 Quart Pot Tipper


The ultimate way to mix and pour soap!

  • The stainless steel pot swings freely on a sturdy steel frame.
  • Six height positions for easy use and convenient mixing heights.
  • Rolls easily on 4″ (10cm) casters, even when fully loaded.

From: $1,200.00

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Easy Weigh Floor Scale

The Easy Weigh Floor Scale speeds up production by making it easy to weigh your ingredients.

Manual Pot Whipper

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The ultimate way to mix and pour soap.

  • Heavy gauge 80 Quart (76L) Stainless Steel Pot swings freely on a sturdy steel frame.
  • Adjustable for left or right hand use.
  • 6 height adjustments 1″ (2.54cm) each
  • Mix over 140 pounds (64kg).
  • Works with our Oil/Wax Melter Heaters for multiple efficient pours.
  • No maintenence – easy to clean.
  • Pot:
    • Diameter: 19.625″ (49.8cm)
    • Depth: 15.5″ (39.3cm)
    • Capacity: 80 Quarts
    • 18 Gauge Stainless Steel
  • Deck:
    • Length: 13.5″ (34.2cm)
    • Width: 25.2″ (64.1cm)
  • Base:
    • Width: 25.2″ (64.1cm)
    • Length: 24″ (60.9cm)
    • 2″ (5cm) steel box tubing frame
    • 4 x 4″ (10cm) casters
      • 2 fixed, 2 swivel
  • 6 height adjustments of 1″ (2.54cm) each
  • Overall Height:
    • Tallest Height: 41.5″ (105.4cm)
    • Lowest Height: 36″ (91.4cm)

We have noticed other tipping pots that have a heater on the bottom. We make CP soap. Wouldn’t this be handy? Would like to save a little money

While you can heat the bottom of our Pot Tipper, it is not recommended as a permanent fix for heating your oils. Direct heat makes it very easy to scald your oils and damage them permanently. A lack of heat dispersion can create the same dead oil that would come from a fryer – taking away the entire purpose of using high-quality oils.
We always recommend heating your oils in a Double Jacketed Oil/Wax Melter. The water jacket ensures dispersed heat, eliminating the possibility of scorching and ruining your oils. Not to mention that they increase efficiency in your soaping by making large batches a possibility.

How fast do you mix in a Pot Tipper and what do you use?

A speed between 1500 and 1800 RPM is best while stirring at a 15-18° angle. Mixing at speeds lower than 1200 RPM will likely lengthen the time it takes to trace.

Mixing soap in our Pot Tipper
Watch Ariane Arsenault from La Fille de la Mer use and review our Pot Tipper!