The secrets of success revealed

Successful mixing is combining different powders together in a mixing chamber to create a homogenous product. It sounds easy but it is not. Based on our long experience of powder mixing, we give you five tips that you as a producer of powdered food products may not be aware of.

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For example, it is a good idea if all the ingredients used have a similar particle size to avoid the risk of segregation. If this is not possible, make sure one ingredient is not more than five times bigger than another. This is just one example of the five formulas for success our powder mixing experts reveal.

Other tips tell you how to avoid the build-up of powder residues, how to keep the mixing time to a minimum, how to test the homogeneity of a blend in a realistic way and how to avoid de-mixing while emptying a mixer.

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