For many years, open mill mixing has been the preferred form of mixing rubber. But then technology has been evolving.
Thus came mixers and the major considerations had always been cost. Since last twenty-five years, the Kneaders have become the most commonly used type of ‘mixer‘ in the rubber industry.
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This popularity, prompted us to showcase Dispersion Kneaders specifically in this Knowledge On-The-Go Special Supplement. Though developed initially for mixing thermoplastics, Dispersion Kneaders have a unique place in the elastomer mixing industry. Users love the ease of cleanliness on this machine especially when they have to change the color of their compounds frequently.
Dispersion Kneader is energy-efficient, maintenance-friendly, labor and time-saving machinery that offers consistent quality of rubber mix compound at higher output as compared to an open mixing mill – thus making it truly Your Friend in ‘Knead’ for your rubber processing plant.
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