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Time to make a Stir! - Page 2

It is hard to understand why any organisation would wish to wastefully invest in the man-hours required for cleaning equipment after it has been used.  What do we do with the waste materials and solvents chemical cleaning agents?      These all are adding costs to the bottom line.

It is amazing that Health and Safety occupational health have not decided that mixing should be non-invasive.


Let us consider the health of our planet and the general acceptance that global warming is here with the resultant traumas that Mother Nature is throwing at us.    The need to save energy is paramount. Not only that it’s our duty for the future of all mankind to reduce our emissions from every process, whether it be the exhaust emission from our cars or the chemical volatiles from our paints, inks, plastics, colours adhesives etc.

It is unlikely that man will stop trying to evolve and develop new and more sophisticated technology and miniaturising of nearly everything we touch will soon be the norm.    Some scientists are concerned that with  nanotechnology techniques there is the possibly that the particle and hybrid materials that will be developed will have particle sizes so small that questions on their safety need to be asked.    What could be the accumulative effect when these particles are not bound into a matrix of some kind, if we stay using conventional mixing methods?   We will possibly have be suited, masked and protected to the hilt to meet current and future legislation.

Let us consider the benefits of non-invasive dual asymmetric mixing technology.

The evolution of the dual asymmetric SpeedMixer™ has been successful because it is an ideal size laboratory unit providing flexibility and demonstrating unrivalled benefits for the rapid mixing and grinding of many varied materials.

Other advantages include using the unit to mix directly into syringes or cartridges.    In many cases, the mixing is complete in a few seconds however;   the mixing time is most likely to between 5 seconds to 5 minutes.

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