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

By Christine Banaszek

Purchase of new mixing equipment is typically not a hasty event. Unless an unexpected challenge abruptly hit your operations such as a sudden failure of an existing mixer or a right-now sales opportunity demanding an unprecedented spike in production, process engineers generally have time to prepare for what could be a serious expenditure. As with any capital investment, the purchase of a new mixing system ideally requires time and research. Getting the project approved entails a sound evaluation of your goals, your company’s business needs and all technical and financial options available to you.

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