As the nutritional product marketplace continues to grow, the search continues for efficient, consistent, quality solutions for dry blending. There persists, however, the basic need for uniform blending, even dispersion of low-inclusion additives, thorough cleanout and quick batch turnover. Unfortunately, not much has changed about the equipment used to blend nutritional, dietary and nutraceutical powders.
Commercial and industrial group of companies «Soyuzsnab» established in 1991 is the largest Russian company in the market of supply and manufacturing of ingredients for Russian and CIS enterprises.Soyuzsnab are industrial and commercial holding "Soyuzsnab”, the biggest Russian distributor of food, feed ingredients and raw materials of about 50 world-leading producers for over 5000 food,
The mixing, or blending, of powder feedstocks for die pressing of Powder Metallurgy parts is carried out for two reasons:
Low-capacity blenders and high-volume customers don't mix New England Coffee, Malden, Mass., has imported and roasted coffee beans since 1916 and currently distributes them throughout New England and elsewhere in the US. The supplier provides wholesale coffees to institutions such as restaurants, hotels, and fast food chains. The supplier roasts 250,000 pounds of coffee beans
Abdon Finax AB with subsidiaries, and the sister company Valsemøllen A/S in Denmark, process grain into tasty and healthy food.Abdon Mills AB and Finax AB, that produce breakfast cereals and other grain based foods, are part of the Swedish company group. Further included in the group is Kobia AB, a nationwide distributor and producer of
Heinz innovation team finds novel use for a familiar mixing technology.Say “Heinz,” and everyone thinks of ketchup. After all, the company that began delivering Heinz Ketchup to local grocers with a horse-drawn wagon in 1876 is now the world’s foremost producer of ketchup. Each year, Heinz uses about 2.5 million tons of tomatoes to produce
With pharmaceuticals, using direct compression (transferring a mixture from a mixer directly to a tablet press) typically involves a mixture with a low concentration of active ingredients
Every task requires a defined amount of energy to accomplish. This statement also embraces the science of mixing.
To properly package our material, we add an active ingredient in less than 5 percent concentration to a carrier that acts almost like a diluent. What kind of mixer should we use, and how should we add the ingredients to get good mixing?
Q: Most of the processes in my specialty chemical company are batch and handle only dry materials. However, some materials go through a paste phase. Can one mixer handle both dry materials and pastes? A: Yes, but your company will have to invest more capital in the more sophisticated mixer required, when for most of