Mixing Topical Ointments, Gels and Lotions in High-Viscosity Applications

 

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High-Viscosity Mixing: Choosing the Right System for the Job

Mixing Topical Ointments, Gels and Lotions in High-Viscosity Applications

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High-Viscosity Mixing: Choosing the Right System for the Job

Your high-viscosity mixing system must optimize the quality of your product while also maximizing your plant’s productivity.

Download this guide on how to design and configure the right high-viscosity mixing system, including:

  • 3 must-have elements of a high-viscosity mixing system
  • 6 unique challenges of high-viscosity mixing applications
  • Common limitations of conventional mixing systems

Manufacturers of topical ointments, gels and lotions for BioPharma, personal care and other high-viscosity products face critical product quality challenges in their mixing processes.

The better these challenges are understood, the more specific the design and configuration of processing equipment can be, to optimize product quality and maximize plant productivity.

Selecting the most efficient and cost-effective mixing solution for your product can put your manufacturing process in the best position for success.

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The High Viscosity Mixing Guide outlines the 3 critical components required for successful high-viscosity mixing:

Robust Double-Moon Scrape Surface Agitation pushes high-viscosity ingredients down the sides of the vessel into the high-shear mixing head.

Inside Counter-Rotating Mixing Bars provide additional mixing power to move ingredients forcefully around the vessel.

High-Shear Mixing Head expels the product at high velocity through slots in the head, creating hydraulic and/or mechanical shear to force the product to the top or bottom of the vessel, depending on head configuration.

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