In this study, the electrochemical limiting diffusion current technique, which was employed first time for the mixing time measurement in the stirred tank system by the authors, was applied to determine the effect of some parameters on the global and local mixing times in the range of 3500 <= Re <= 10,000. The technique well sensed that increasing Reynolds number (Re), blade angle and blade number decreased the mixing time. The most effective parameter was observed to be Re, and the blade number and blade angle, in order. In addition, the mixing time was also investigated for solutions added in various volume fractions having different viscosity and density by using local mixing time measurement. It was determined that the mixing time decreased with the Reynolds number, the ratio of the initial solution volume to the total solution volume and the ratio of kinematic viscosity of the solution in the vessel initially to that of the added one viscosity. The ratio of initial solution volume to total solution volume was found to be a more effective parameter than the others in terms of mixing time.