A mixer or mixer is a machine that mixes clay or other material into a plastic state or a similar machine for ore grinding.  Industrial applications are found in pottery, brick, cement and concrete and asphalt mixing processes in some parts. The mixer may be a quick continuous mixer. Continuous blender can be used to achieve a thoroughly mixed mixture in a matter of seconds. By considering the factors of agitation, drive, inlet, discharge, cost and maintenance, the right machine can be matched with the correct application.  Mixing materials with the best moisture content requires a forced mixing of the stirring blades, while the soup may be mixed in a drum mixer. A typical mixer comprises a horizontal box-like chamber and the other end has a top inlet and a bottom discharge port, two shafts having opposite blades and a drive assembly. Some factors affecting the mixing and dwell time are the number and size of the blades, the paddle swing arc, the overlap of the left and right pendulums, the size of the mixing chamber, the floor length of the mixer and the mixed material.
Road infrastructure - dense layered aggregate, homogeneous mix, wetting and dense, used to build the foundation under the sidewalk.
Lime add asphalt - lime can be added to the cold feed of asphalt equipment to improve the adhesion of asphalt.
Fly ash adjustment - wet the fly ash in the mixer to stabilize the ash so that it does not produce dust. Some fly ash has a cement performance when wetted and can be used to stabilize other materials.
Waste stability - various waste streams are forced by the monastery to mix waste with remedial measures.
Roller compacted concrete (RCC) or rolled concrete is a special mixture of concrete with the same composition but with a different proportion of conventional concrete. It has cement, water and aggregate, but RCC is drier and basically does not drop. RCCs are laid in a manner similar to paving, usually laid by dumpers or conveyors, and spread by bulldozers or special modified asphalt paving machines. After placement, with a vibrating roller compact. The "rigid" nature of the RCC may require a paddle mixer to force the material to be completely mixed and easily discharged.
The ceramic pulp mill is usually only "dispensed" and is not used for grinding or mixing, but before the extrusion process in the extrusion process. Some can install a vacuum system to ensure that the extruded clay does not entrain air. According to the Webster Dictionary of 1913, the clay mixer is usually composed of an upright shaft with a protruding knife that rotates in a hollow cylinder, bucket or vat, and the clay is placed therein.
In kaolin mining, intermittent garnet mixes certain grades of kaolin with water.