¿Cuáles son los factores que afectan la calidad de mezcla de la máquina mezcladora?

The mixing process is actually a process in which convection, diffusion, shearing and other mixing effects coexist at the same time. Any factors that affect the performance of these functions will affect the quality of the mixing process.
First, the impact of mixer machine models
Because convection mixing is the act of moving materials from one place to another in a pile, it can quickly reach a rough, lumpy mixture; and on this basis, there can be more Fine, inter-particle mixing of the surface. Therefore, the mixing speed of the mixer, which is dominated by convection, must be faster. Beier High speed mixer machines are mainly used in mixing PVC and all kinds of plastic materials mixing,colouring,drying and etc in plastic,rubber,food-stuff,daily chemical industry and so on.The structure and manufacturing quality of the mixer have a great influence on the mixing quality.For example, the width of the inner and outer belts of the horizontal mixer, if the outer angle is not reasonable, will cause the material to accumulate at one end, affect the mixing time and mixing uniformity; the structure is unreasonable, and the material dead angle may be caused; the struts, belts, shafts, etc. are welded. We can add some pressure transmitter to check the condition in the mixer. Poor quality, uneven, easy to hang and so on.


Second, the physical characteristics of mixed components
Mainly refers to the specific gravity of the material, particle size, the roughness of the surface of the particles, moisture, looseness, agglomeration and composition of the pellets, etc.
Third, the impact of the operation
For example, in the order of feeding, the components with large proportions should be introduced into the machine or most of them into the machine, and then the small and minor components should be placed on top, ie, they should be placed in the easily dispersible place, otherwise the trace components can be reunited. It is not easy to quickly disperse in one place, affecting further mixing.