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stirrer

Austral and NZ informal a political activist or agitator
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Contract award notice: 12-fold parallel bioreactor system (germany-garching near munich: Mechanical stirrers)
The "Magnetic Stirrer Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2019-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
[2] Starting at the top of the head of the stirrer, use the jigsaw to cut around each side until you reach the handle.
The bill, if passed into law, will require food service establishments and other service providers, such as sari-sari stores, to display signs informing their customers of their 'no plastic straw and stirrer' policy.
The measure also seeks to prohibit food service establishments and/or other service establishments that serve beverages to offer consumers any single-use beverage straw and stirrer made of plastic or any other non-biodegradable material.
Two helical planetary stirrers rotate at lower speeds to constantly turnover batch material, ensuring that product is evenly mixed and heated regardless of flow characteristics.
The necessary desulphurisation agents can either be blown into the bath with a lance or poured onto the bath and distributed with a mechanical stirrer. Which alternative is more economical for a steel works operator depends on many different variables, including the availability and quality of raw materials, the prices of desulphurisation agents and also individual conditions in the works.
A choice of two shapes means that users can select a solid bladed stirrer or a blade with holes to suit a variety of mixing tasks.
These analyses highlighted the importance of the mechanical blades in the stirring process, suggesting a deep investigation of the geometrical parameters that affect stirrer performance [34].
where <*> indicates an average over a complete stirrer rotation cycle.
PowerMix consists of a stirrer blade and a saw-tooth disperser, both of which rotate on their respective axes at different speeds while orbiting the mix vessel.
But using a paint stirrer is time-consuming and hard work, plus it's easy to leave unmixed paint at the bottom of the tin.