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Production of Homogeneous Compounds Mixing the Smart Way

Editor: MA Alexander Stark

After three years of development work, Hauschild Engineering presents a new generation of laboratory DAC mixers: The new Hauschild Speed Mixer Smart DAC Series features smart innovations like real-time temperature control, vacuum-robotic, sensor integration, variable counter rotation, Internet of things compliance, QR-code reader, remote control, and automatic pot cooling system.

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Hauschild Speed Mixer Smart DAC Series has become intelligent.
Hauschild Speed Mixer Smart DAC Series has become intelligent.
(Source: Hauschild Engineering)

Hamm/Germany — Since almost 50 years the original Hauschild Speed Mixer enables the production of homogeneous multi-material compounds such as liquids, highly viscous pastes, and powders in just a few minutes. Now the company presents a new series of intelligent DAC (Dual Asymmetric Centrifugal) mixers: the Hauschild Speed Mixer Smart DAC Series with real-time jar’s temperature control, robotic, vacuum and other new features.

Furthermore, the company increased the capacity of its mixer, offering more choices for specific applications. The Smart DAC series allows mixing from 250 g up to 1,5 kg and 2 kg. All models of the series will be available with mixing volume from 310 ml up to 2.8 litres.

According to the company, the new development is up to 20 percent more powerful than the standard LR version. The Smart DAC features variable counter rotation, increased mixing weight and volume and allows up to 30 minutes of mixing time. The improved structure also allows mixing at low speeds without the risk of high vibrations, offering a big advantage when, for example, a light powder is one of the components.

For companies with highly automated laboratories and small quantities production Hauschild offers a robotic version — now also with vacuum option for optimum degassing which the company claims to be the first device of this kind on the market. Up to 500 programs with multiprogram function and up to 36 steps with acceleration and deceleration programmable for each step are to help laboratory employees to increase the precision of their tests.