mixing speed

mixing speed

In mixing a batch of concrete, the rate of rotation of a mixer drum or of the paddles in an open-top, pan, or trough mixer, expressed in rpm or in feet per minute (or meters per minute) of a point on the circumference of the drum at its maximum diameter.
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A remote control panel with manual setup of mixing speed and time
continue mixing between each addition at low mixing speed until
Portland cement, fly ash and fine aggregates were initially dry mixed at low mixing speed for 5 minutes to achieve the desired homogeneity.
IRtic sensor improves profitability by monitoring temperature without contact, thus completely eliminating breakage and contamination, and control mixing speed motors to maintain proper dough quality and throughput.
The integrated sprayers atomize the liquid directly onto the very rapidly moving product surface, which creates the perfect conditions for adding liquids, without the formation of agglomerates (lumps), and without making compromises on mixing speed.
96% when treated with 25% crosslinked [beta]-CD at 800 rpm mixing speed for 30 min with 2,810xg centrifugal speed.
Melt temperature increase is correlated to mechanical energy transfer between screws and polymer and, as expected, the higher is the mixing speed the higher is melt temperature increase (+3% for M1-L and M2 and +8% for M1-H with respect to Zone 5 setup temperature).
We managed to investigate the adsorption behavior by changing factors like variation of hydroxyapatite nanocrystals size, temperature and initial concentration of metallic ion, adsorbent mass, mixing speed and solution pH.
According to Subcommittee member Richard Czarnecki, vice president, technology, with Superior Printing Ink, the evaluation of printing ink resins has heretofore been a manual process with many variables that were not controlled, including heating time, temperature ramp rate, and mixing speed.
This increase in compounding temperature might result from a faster mixing speed to reduce mix time or perhaps a problematic, highly mineral-filled compound.
This high-performance, high-speed unit produces consistently repeatable dispersions and ensures constant mixing speed regardless of product changes in viscosity, temperature or other variables.
This unit ensures constant mixing speed regardless of product changes in viscosity, temperature or other variables.