Intensive mixers differ from other types of mixers in many aspects. The biggest difference is in relatively high energy which they transfer to the mix during the homogenization process. This big energy can be delivered by increasing the speed of the blades. After reaching some level of speed, blades have enough energy to crack agglomerates which were formed previously from the components.
Titan intensive mixers can be used for mixing dry and semi-dry mixes. They work the best for the small aggregates and powder homogenization. A good example of this is in pigment or some other small amount of additives mixing. Intensive mixers can guarantee the best mix quality in all industries due to the longer distances in which particles travel relative to each other which is the most important indicator for the good quality of the mix.
Our intensive mixers have tungsten carbide lining, rotation speed adjustment, several mixing programs storage in PLC’s memory, and some other advanced features.