Jongia Mixing Technology has initiated many mixing processes worldwide with its agitators. This includes mixing processes in which native starch is one of the products to be mixed. Native starch is widely used in the food and paper industries.
We are happy to help you find the most suitable solution for mixing native starch with the appropriate mixing elements. In this tutorial, Application Engineer Sijko van der Veen shows you the difference in mixing native starch in various ways by looking at the behaviour of two different types of native starch.
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Sijko van der Veen
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