mixing speed

mixing speed

In mixing a batch of concrete, the rate of rotation of a mixer drum or of the paddles in an open-top, pan, or trough mixer, expressed in rpm or in feet per minute (or meters per minute) of a point on the circumference of the drum at its maximum diameter.
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Suspension products may require intermittent or constant recirculation to ensure homogeneity of product potency throughout the filling process and the manufacturer should have the experience to make a recommendation of recirculation parameters and mixing speed of the tank to ensure adequate dispersion of suspended solids.
"The formulation was very clearly put together and considered all aspects, such as mixing speed, temperatures and pH for preservative," observed Radford.
It is important to begin with a clear understanding of mixing conditions and the balance tire manufacturers must strike between mixing speed and achieving adequate distributive mixing.
In experiments, solid-liquid ratio, mixing speed, reaction temperature, reaction time and particle size were selected as parameters.
Keep your machine super-clean with the intelligent control dial that adjusts the mixing speed without any fiddling.
* A remote control panel with manual setup of mixing speed and time
Portland cement, fly ash and fine aggregates were initially dry mixed at low mixing speed for 5 minutes to achieve the desired homogeneity.
IRtic sensor improves profitability by monitoring temperature without contact, thus completely eliminating breakage and contamination, and control mixing speed motors to maintain proper dough quality and throughput.
Features include: a temperature setting range of 0 to 105 C; mixing speed range of 300 to 1500 RPM; heating time of 6.5 C/min; cooling time of 1.5 C/min; and a compact footprint that measures 12.9 x 6.5 x 9.8".
The integrated sprayers atomize the liquid directly onto the very rapidly moving product surface, which creates the perfect conditions for adding liquids, without the formation of agglomerates (lumps), and without making compromises on mixing speed. As a result, choppers in the mixer wall are unnecessary.
The different mixing temperatures had an effect on cholesterol removals from 87.85% to 90.96% when treated with 25% crosslinked [beta]-CD at 800 rpm mixing speed for 30 min with 2,810xg centrifugal speed.