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Getting Ready To Purchase A New Mixer? Tips On How To Justify The Capital Expenditure

Source: Charles Ross and Son Company

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White Paper: Getting Ready To Purchase A New Mixer? Tips On How To Justify The Capital Expenditure

By Charles Ross and Son Company

By purchasing a new mixer, what will it ultimately accomplish? Increased production is an all too easy answer. If you can adjust the scope of your goal to include reduction of existing problems, from say frequent power overloads to recurrent maintenance nightmares, then the new mixer becomes the answer to many problems. List a complete set of benefits that requires exactly the features a new mixer will provide. Some examples:

  • Savings in energy consumption.
  • Cleaner operation – less after-batch clean up, less dusting, better working conditions for mixer operators.
  • Improved end product – increased batch-to-batch consistency, elimination of entrapped air contributing to better product appearance, fewer reworks or rejects, ability to extend the functionality of raw materials, etc.
  • Shorter mixing cycle, heating/cooling time, or discharge time.
  • Elimination of downstream deaeration steps.
  • Smaller footprint.
  • Less rigorous maintenance schedule and fewer parts replacements.
  • Reduced dependence on operator skills (i.e. minimal training required for operators to efficiently run the new mixer).
  • Safer environment for employees

 

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