Batch Mixer , as is implied by its name, mixes singular batches at a time. This is in contrast to a Continuous Mixer where the material is added and discharged without any break in the mixing process.
In the case of Color Concentrates and Color Masterbatch manufacturers, all of the material is added at one time prior to the mixing cycle. The material is mixed until all material is homogeneously distributed and the proper characteristics are met. Mixing speeds are kept low to keep material degradation to a minimum. Mixing is based primarily on an established to ensure all material is homogeneously distributed.
Reliance’s Batch Mixer comes in Low, Medium, and High Intensity Styles. Ingredients in a batch mixer are added at the beginning of the cycle or throughout different stages of the cycle. They are either manually operated or automatically by a centralized PLC. Material is discharged after a fixed time has elapsed, a set temperature has been reached, or other parameters such as amps have been reached. Reliance can supply controls for batch mixers using PLCs or a combination of Timers, Push Buttons, and Potentiometers. VFDs, Starters, and all instrumentation can be supplied on the mixer and control panel. Reliance Batch mixer comprises an array of different styles.
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Reliance Mixing Equipment
Reliance Mixing Equipment is used to mix different materials prior to processing. The type of mixer in an application will depend on the level of mixing needed. Reliance Mixing Equipment consists of High Intensity Mixers, Cooling Mixers, Paddle and Universal Mixers, and Container Mixers.
Low, Medium, and High Intensive mixes can be achieved based on the style of Mixer selected. Some of these mixers are used to facilitate chemical reactions that need to partake on different materials while others are used strictly to achieve homogeneous blends.