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premix

[′prē‚miks]
(engineering)
In plastics molding, materials in which the resin, reinforcement, extenders, fillers, and so on have been premixed before molding.
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The company has over 1,000 industrial customers worldwide, with 300 global experts for firm services operating in 50 countries producing 30 million metric tons of feeds annually, making it the fourth-largest premix provider and leading premix brand in the global market.
For his part, Chuck Warta, president of Cargill Premix and Nutrition, said the company is committed to grow further in the Philippines and Southeast Asia because of their great potential.
The final mean FBG level was found to be significantly lower in patients using insulin aspart premix 70/30 compared to those using insulin lispro premix 50/50 (p=0,008).
The micronutrient premix plant is being built on a large plot of land where barley and wheat is harvested.
The premix composition was based on a proposed Mexican regulation for flour fortification, adjusted for moisture.
Surmounting under-hood temperatures was the biggest obstacle, says Premix.
The dry, powdered premix is effective in frozen, refrigerated, and shelf stable products, and may also be included in dry mixes.
Intensifying existing premix therapy (BIAsp 30) with BIAsp 50 and BIAsp 70: A consensus statement.
An ISO 9001:2008 and BRC certified company, Fortitech Europe manufactures each nutrient premix under the strictest GMPs in the industry.
29 June 2010 - DSM Nutritional Products informed Feedinfo News Service today that the company signed a framework agreement with ChengDu Modern Industry Park (PiXian county, Sichuan province) to build its fifth premix plant in China.
Premix also owns Quantum Composites in Bay City', Mich.