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  • Optimize & Speed Up Powder Wetting - Shorten Cycle Times (.pdf)
    As with any other mixer or blender, the process of specifying a powder induction system for your application is best accomplished working closely with your mixer manufacturer, in a testing laboratory. This gives you an opportunity to systematically assess the unit's efficiency, working with your
  • Planetary Mixers
    require, and Ross technical experts are available in our laboratory to help optimize your mixing process. The new DPM Double Planetary Mixer can handle many ultra-high viscosity materials that have generally required a double-arm kneader. The Double Planetary Mixer provides an alternative
  • A Guide to Conducting Successful Mixing Trials (.pdf)
    This article examines several guidelines to help you conduct successful mixing trials. Mixing trials can be performed at your plant using trial rental equipment or at the mixer manufacturer's laboratory. Trial renting to test on your production floor or R&D lab is advantageous in that you can
  • Scale Up of High Shear Rotor-Stator Mixers
    In virtually any application, scale up is a critical process that impacts your business in a multitude of ways, from proper planning of plant floor design and equipment configuration, to operating procedures, to the net operating-and capital-cost impact on the bottom line. In laboratory
  • In Situ Rheological Monitoring Of Viscous Non-Newtonian Fluids Using A Helical Ribbon Agitator
    Mechanically degraded food fluids were modelled as Power law fluids in a pilot scale (42 l) helical. ribbon agitation vessel. Effective rheological representative flow curves determined from speed/torque. data proved comparable to off-line laboratory rheometer measured data. Modelling effective
  • Assay of Pharmaceutical Products
    and repeatable results. * The mixing process must be easily and accurately validated. * Some methods of disintegrating solids, especially on a small scale in the laboratory are difficult to validate; this can also lead to inconsistency between batches. * Grinding equipment may be difficult to clean

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