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kneader

[′nēd·ər]
(food engineering)
Mixer for doughy materials in which the dough is repeatedly pulled out, folded back on itself, and pushed down to join the separate layers into a homogeneous mixture.
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The effect of the regulation temperature of the kneader can be included in the variation of the viscosity as described by Eq.
5 times those of earlier 3-flight Kneader systems based on similar screw/barrel diameters.
5 times those of earlier three-flight Kneader systems based on similar screw/barrel diameters.
These materials typically have very low apparent density and must be metered into the kneader with absolute precision and homogeneously mixed into the melt with optimum shear and without destroying its structural properties.
com) showed a unique four-flight Kneader MX 30 lab kneader rated at up to 55 lb/hr, reportedly making it suited for batch-sized runs of heat-and shear-sensitive materials and highly filled compounds for cable jacketing.
The line extends over four floors and can process eight different PVC formulations using the same kneader screw geometry.
By using a warmed Z-arm kneader or similar equipment to blend the ingredients together, Silk Chews provide an excellent vehicle for active and functional ingredients which would otherwise be destroyed during the high temperature cooking process.
Look for many more enticing new PCMCIA products from New Media, including a dough kneader (the "Bread Jammer"), cappuccino maker (the "Percolator"), and combination egg scrambler/bacon fryer (the "Griddler").
Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Continuous Kit For Batch Kneader Reactor
Functions of the twin screw kneader are mainly on self-cleaning, transportation and mixture mechanisms, shearing, and rolling.
Supplies compounding systems for PVC and engineering resins based on Buss kneader and higher-output Quantec kneader, both of which combine a reciprocating single screw with barrel pins.