batch mixer

batch mixer

[′bach ‚mik·sər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine which mixes concrete or mortar in batches, as opposed to a continuous mixer.

batch mixer

A machine that mixes grout, mortar, or concrete in batches in contrast to one that mixes continuously.
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A rotary batch mixer with integral lump breaker is said to provide inline deagglomeration of compacted bulk materials before blending batches gently with total uniformity in one to three minutes.
The 700-THX-50-ARI Rotary Batch Mixer blends abrasive materials in one to three minutes with minimized wear or product degradation.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Torquerheometer batch mixer
compared the dispersion of Montmorillonite clay in Nylon 6 using twin-screw extruders and a batch mixer [57].
Founded in 1563, BHS invented the first twin-shaft batch mixer in 1888 and has been systematically upgrading the design ever since.
Idaho Milling reduced its glue extender production time from 2 hours to 20 minutes per batch cycle by replacing its existing ribbon blender with a Munson Model 700-TS-110-MS rotary batch mixer.
The batch mixer business unit moved from Connecticut to Farrel's Rochdale, U.
Bulk solids are charged into the feed hopper while liquids are introduced into the batch mixer.
The Model 700-TH-40-SS Sanitary Rotary Batch Mixer gently blends batches of ingredients in parts as small as one per million with 100% uniformity in less than three minutes, evacuates 100% of the batch and can be sanitized rapidly with no tools.
Mixing of powders in a batch mixer generally is not so straight forward as compared to mixing gasses or liquids.