Talleres Felipe Verdés, S.A.

Choosing the right homogenization machine

Suitable solutions are described for the homogenization process in the heavy clay industry and the specific features of various machines explained. Objective of the article is that ceramic manufacturers can choose the homogenization method best suited to their needs.

1 Introduction

Verdés offers a range of different solutions for the same application, depending on market demand, as in the different regions there is different know-how, trusted solutions are applied, and other possibilities often ignored.

In [1], an overview is given on the application of various comminution machines in heavy clay ceramics and both wet and dry preparation discussed. This article describes the selection of suitable machines for the homogenization process.

2 Homogenization process

Like for the comminution process, machinery manufacturers offer different equipment for mixing and...

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