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A vacuum mixer mixes ingredients in an environment devoid of air to avoid incorporation of bubbles into the mix which can lead to foaming, formation of air pockets in the final product, fouling in heat exchangers, and cavitation. Mixing speed, level of vacuum, batch volume, nature and particle size of ingredients, heating or cooling requirements are all important considerations when selecting a vacuum mixer. Vacuum mixers are widely used in the pharmaceutical, chemical, and food industries for mixing ingredients sensitive to air.

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