continuous mixer

continuous mixer

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′mik·sər]
(mechanical engineering)
A mixer in which materials are introduced, mixed, and discharged in a continuous flow.

continuous mixer

A mixer for concrete or mortar into which ingredients are fed without stopping and from which the mix is discharged in a continuous stream, in contrast to the periodic discharge of a batch mixer.
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It contains an independently controlled continuous mixer and an extruder system.
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a builder of continuous mixers for plastics and Banbury batch mixers for rubber, had neglected the continuous mixer side of its business and historically focused on the batch mixers.
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Dinnissen Process Technology has developed a new variant of the well-known Pegasus[R] Continuous Mixer, primarily to prevent ingredients from becoming extremely sticky, from caking or lumping.
In this study, we have made an investigation of the development of phase morphology of an immiscible blend in several different commercial mixing machines, a Buss Kneader, an intermeshing corotating twin screw extruder, and an intermeshing counter-rotating twin screw extruder, and a Kobelco continuous mixer.
2x3 m) the rotary batch mixer fits in the same space as the continuous mixer while tripling its output because of the short mixing time.
The instrument can be configured to operate as a continuous mixer or as a batch mixer, allowing the user to evaluate the most efficient process method for their product.
The principal factors influencing the decision to purchase the Turbo Mixer were not only the particularly low capital investment and operating costs but also the fact that a continuous mixer was the only machine capable of achieving such a high throughput rate.
Extruders have operated in Europe where bread, pie and danish dough are prepared in BUSS's continuous mixer extruder with all ingredients automatically metered in; a homogeneous dough rope is formed at low temperatures and with good quality.

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