April 14, 2016

Mixingday 2016

Mixing and Segregation

The first half of the day will be an all-round seminar offering a platform for speakers from various fields of industry to share their knowledge and know how, comprising manufacturers and suppliers of mixing equipment as well as scientists working in the pharmaceutical and food industry. These include Hosokawa and Lindor as well-known suppliers of different type of mixers. Also speakers from Abbott Healthcare, DSM/ Technical University Delft, Aspen Oss,and Delft Solids Solutions will contribute through participation.

We have created an interesting and also interactive program designed for anyone who is working or studying the mixing of powders and powder blends as well as those who work in the field of powder technology. The second part of the day will offer a highly interactive workshop in which teams work together a practical case that is applicable to everyday situations within the field offering insight and hands-on learning.

An American publication from 1930 describes about 2000 recipes for mixtures of solid and liquid substances. Over the years, scaling occurred, there are more and more types of mixtures produced and also the quality requirements are much stricter. Starting from the nineteen fifties mixing really became a field of study as well as industry, where segregation became an error source to constantly be aware of and deal with.

Mixing being a very important aspect in preventing segregation to the lowest degree possible requires a specific look at mixing technology as well as the science of powder behavior. It is important to understand the basics in regard to the requirements needed for an ideal mixer suiting your specific business. The basic requirements for an ideal mixer could for example be the ability to produce a complete mixture and maintain the quality of the product within a specific time period. Handling, usage and hygienic aspects play an important role in terms of easy emptying and cleaning of the mixer. Another important aspect to take into account is user friendliness: easy to use, level of maintenance as well as energy consumption.

Practical information

Tuesday 5th of April 2016, start time 9.30 a.m.
Van der Valk Hotel Den Haag – Nootdorp
Gildeweg 1
2632BD Nootdor

Cost

The Mixing Day 2016 participation is offered at a rate of € 395.00 ex VAT per person.

 

If you intend to come with a larger group please contact us through +31 174 271 460, we will handle your registration process by phone and offer group discounts.