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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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This study demonstrated that treatment with insulin lispro premix 50/50 injected three times daily resulted in significantly better glycemic control compared to insulin aspart premix 70/30 injected two times daily without an increased risk of hypoglycemia.
Mr Freire believes that the premix model enables DNP to be closer to the market and develop greater customer intimacy.
Feed premix products provide a wholesome nutrition, metabolic efficiency, effective growth and development, and health protection to livestock.
The clay is returned to the green sand system via the black water, diminishing the makeup levels of both new sand and premix (clay, seacoal and additives).
Browse 76 market data tables and 68 figures spread through 182 pages and in-depth TOC on "Feed Premix Market - Global Trends & Forecast to 2020" http://www.
April 1 2010 -- Ukrainian premix and concentrates producer Cehave Korm is to build a new concentrates plant, it has been announced.
Diageo is adding a Smirnoff vodka and cola variant to its premix can line-up.
New Premix Chocolate Fondant from Unifine Food & Bake Ingredients forms the base of a wickedly indulgent dessert with a liquid chocolate heart.
For example, in late 2006 a premix combination of Cruiser and Maxim 4FS will debut for potatoes as CruiserMaxx Potato.
The total time the water is in contact with the premix and sand is called the "true mulling time.
A feed premix is a uniform blend of one or more micro-ingredients such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids with a carrier and/or diluent.
There are many parameters and factors to consider when developing a custom nutrient premix that will aid in maintaining overall health, preventing a specific health condition or targeting a certain demographic.