Concrete laboratory mixers enable practical trials that contribute to improved concrete formulations. The practical simulation of process engineering sequences is the basis for systematic solutions with reduced experimental effort at the same time.
The new Liebherr concrete mixers enable developers of new concrete formulations or quality monitoring equipment to carry out mixing tests with realistic stress and movement sequences on a laboratory scale. A modern control system for the laboratory mixer, which can also be integrated into a customer's own digital environment, enables, among other things, the test sequence to be subdivided into individual sections, a clear display of the test sequence and the integration of different sensors such as temperature and moisture measurement as well as speed and force measurement. For further analyses, the data can be read out in a neutral format.
The DW 0.06/100 twin-shaft mixer is designed primarily for distributive mixing. Especially for demanding dispersion tasks, the RIV 0.06/100 ring-pan intensive laboratory mixer is available with an agitator speed that can be regulated separately and independently of the mixing tool speed.