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October 2003
Mixer for research and development

A mixer from IKA (Wilmington, N.C., U.S.A.), designed for use in research and development, features a new integrated speed control. The control's variable-frequency drive system mounts directly on the motor to reduce the workspace needed to accommodate previous models. The mixer is operated with a handheld unit. The

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Posted on: 10/1/2003
Source: Composites Technology

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A mixer from IKA (Wilmington, N.C., U.S.A.), designed for use in research and development, features a new integrated speed control. The control's variable-frequency drive system mounts directly on the motor to reduce the workspace needed to accommodate previous models. The mixer is operated with a handheld unit. The company says that the new design's modular belt drive unit enables the R&D mixer's tip speed to match tip speeds on IKA's production mixers, avoiding costly reformulation or re-engineering during production start-ups, due to quality mismatches between lab and production batches. Select 249

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