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A mixture so combined as to render the parts indistinguishable from one another.



in textile production, the mass of different fibers, mixed well in assigned proportions, from which yarn is made. The blend is usually formed by putting layers of preloosened material on top of one another and then selecting materials from all layers on the cross-section or by continuously feeding fiber material from different points into one stream.

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After this time frame, if the blend still tastes great, it would be best to blend a small amount no larger than a quarter of a pound.
The PP/PS blends without SBS exhibit a 2D co-continuous morphology in the PP/PS volume ratio range of (40/60)-(60/40) and a dispersed particle morphology for the (70/30) PP/PS blend.
Motionless mixers that blend colorants/additives into the melt stream before entering the die or mold improve melt homogeneity in injection machines and extruders.
The success story is typical with biodiesel, which blends seamlessly into diesel operations.
However, all five blends had a relatively smooth surface texture that may be considered acceptable.
When the operator selects the blend mode, the system initiates data request messages that flag the specific variables required for the selected blend mode.
Auger-feeder cascading blender (AFCB) to 3900 lb/hr cascades two to four materials through a series of specially positioned pyramids to create a homogenous volumetric blend.
Figure 1 shows how annealing time affects the glass transition behavior of the PEN/PPT/PEI = 1/1/1 blend.
Make sure your supplier can supply the tea you need before your blend is created.
CGA-002 models can blend up to four components at up to 100 lb/hr; CGA-012 units can blend up to six components at up to 400 lb/hr; and CGA-060 units can blend up to eight components at up to 3000 lb/hr.