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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Rapidojet is being operated as a Continuous Mixer for Masa for tortilla chips as well as potato flake hydration / mixing.
The Slurry-on-Demand Continuous Mixer eliminates the inherent flaws of standard mix and use tank systems.
The Model CM-16X4-SS rotary continuous mixer provides continuous, high-capacity mixing of bulk materials with or without liquid additions at low cost per volume of output, according to the manufacturer.
Parex 100 Newton Grout AW can be placed using large continuous mixer pumps and typically provides an initial set in around 220 minutes, high early strength gain and a final compressive strength in excess of 100 N/mmA at 28 days.
Just like in a color masterbatch application, the TSE is utilized as a continuous mixer to make a high-quality, consistent drug-delivery dosage form, including tablets, implantable devices, wound care, and many other products.
The Spray Dynamics Slurry On Demand continuous mixer allows for coating application with minimal downtime for ingredient mixing or flavor changeover.
in Ansonia, Conn., 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.
The continuous mixer operates according to the ploughshare principle.
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. The blend chosen was isotatic polypropylene--polyamide 6 because of its high interfacial tension and its tendency to form coarse morphology [3, 4, 8-10].

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