mixing time

mixing time

The period of time during which the constituents of a batch of concrete are mixed in a fixer.
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Application of shear during melt-blending technique results in the break-down of primary 'agglomerates' of MWNTs, in which the mixing time plays a crucial role.
Each ingredient addition and each step in the mix, drain and clean cycles are pre-programmed so that mixer speed, mixing time, temperature set-point, composition and batch weight are accurately replicated and recorded in every run.
Therefore, the result concluded that the optimum mixing time is 30 min.
However, the amount of hardening depends on a number of factors such temperature, mixing time, bitumen film thickness, etc.
The technology enables producers to better understand and optimize mixing time, batch sequencing, and mix designs.
This mafia have hired large godowns in the city where they are preparing the toxic milk by mixing time barred power milk with the water in drums and supply it to the citizens in the name of pure milk.
Both mixing time and speed are variable, input via an HMI mounted on the machine.
Dosac Lite stores only one program, precisely repeating the water-cement ratio and mixing time batch after batch, for as long as water and grout are available.
These ring-pan intensive mixers are equipped with a mechanical agitator and attain extremely high qualities of concrete in a short mixing time.
2005) have shown that for axial and radial type impellers the mixing time decreases with the increase of the shaft eccentricity.
The ST version addresses the most basic needs, offering the option of selecting the mixing time with the use of a simple selection knob.