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Choosing the Right Industrial Mixer HandbookIf you’re in the market for mixing equipment, it’s important to ask the right questions and understand the fundamentals of mixer design. With this insight, you can ensure your mixer will be designed to suit your processing needs. Marion’s Mixing Handbook is the place to start when selecting an industrial mixer for food, pharmaceutical, chemical, biomass, and mineral applications.
The plastics industry has faced some significant challenges over the past few decades brought on by growing regulations that govern the production, disposal and cleanup of hazardous chemicals, as the usage of plastic products contributes to environmental pollution. Since plastic is derived mainly from oil and natural gas, manufacturers are subject to pricing volatility as well. Add to that the decreasing lifecycle of the product and it’s no wonder that plastics manufacturers are struggling to remain competitive.
A horizontal agitator inside a mixer is a device used to put materials into motion by lifting and scooping or scrubbing the particles against each other. They can come in many sizes and varieties, depending on the task at hand. In general, agitators usually consist of a shaft and various configurations-paddles, ribbons and/or blades.
You’ve prepped for months, maybe even years to purchase a new mixer for your application only to find you made the wrong choice. Now you’re fraught with buyer’s remorse - not sure what to do next. If you’re having mixed feelings about your next mixer, we can help set your mind at ease. At Marion Process Solutions, we work with thousands of process mixing applications so we’ve learned a thing or two along the way. Here are some helpful tips for selecting a mixer that suits your specific needs.
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