Ever been in a situation, where you wanted to buy a two-roll rubber mixing mill but did not know the crucial questions to ask the supplier? Or terrified with the different formats of techno-commercial offer from various suppliers? Or flummoxed by what basic features really are required to meet your mixing operation? Or even more confused to decide on the different features offered on the mil?
Well, then you need a ready-reference-sheet of selection criteria to consult with the mixing mill supplier and have an intelligent discussion with your machinery salesman. (A questionnaire list available for download at the end of this post will help you freeze your criterion).
Some criterion on this check list are optional while most are crucial to aid you decide well. After the baseline requirements of your two-roll mixing mill are frozen, insist your potential suppliers to give you a quote focused on these criterion.
Of course, there are developments in two-roll mill. If your supplier offers additional features, treat them as options or extras to your core requirement. Subsequently, you can compare on various brand factors – including workmanship quality, supplier reliability, product aesthetics & durability, after-sales service and spares support to your market, price and discounts, etc to decide the most suitable supplier.
Buying a lowest priced mill without focusing on the features you need for your rubber mixing operation will lead you to post-purchase discontent.
Download your Two-Roll Mill Selection Questionnaire today and avoid buyer’s remorse.
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