Temperature Controlled Laboratory Mixing

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Sensitive materials can be mixed with a SpeedMixer with sensor integration

A laboratory and small production mixing machine provides temperature control, cooling and robotic functions

The Hauschild SpeedMixer is a programmable dual asymmetric centrifugal (DAC) mixer for laboratory work and small production quantities. It offers fast mixing and grinding of materials that could otherwise take a lot of time. When mixing temperature sensitive materials, a real-time temperature control or cooling of the mixture is needed. The mixer there for comes with SMART DAC control and vacuum-robotic, sensor integration for temperature, variable counter rotation, Internet of things compliance, QR-code reader, remote control and automatic pot cooling system.

A significant hurdle in mixing materials is temperature sensitivity. If temperature-sensitive materials for chemicals, adhesives, silicones or batteries have to be mixed, too high a temperature can make the whole material unusable.

Hauschild has therefore equipped its SpeedMixer with innovative sensor technology and software. It allows mixing from 250 g up to 2 kg or volumes from 310 ml up to 2.8 litres.

It allows mixing at very low speeds without the risk of high vibrations, offering a big advantage when, for example, a light powder is one of the components.

Up to 500 programs are available with multiprogram function and up to 36 steps with acceleration and deceleration programmable for each step, helping laboratory employees to increase the precision of their tests.

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