High Speed Mixer Handles Any Substance

Feb. 23, 2021

When mixing substances in labs is on the agenda, the Hauschild SpeedMixer, developed in Germany almost 50 years ago and constantly refined since then, is the device technicians most frequently turn to. The scenarios in which this centrifugal mixer finds use are as varied as the product worlds involved: It can mix different liquids and pastes, pastes with powders, one powder with another, and various combinations of liquids and powders. Even materials with different chemical and physical properties can be mixed to form new products. Epoxy resins, lacquers, paints, silicones, oils, gels, emulsions, creams, epoxides, powders, urethanes ... the list goes on.


DAC technology is the key to success. DAC stands for Dual Asymmetric Centrifuge and it lends its name to the Hauschild SpeedMixer product range. The special feature of this mixing principle is the dual rotation of the mixing vessel. The combination of centrifugal forces working on different planes enables an extremely efficient mixing process to be achieved, distinguished by a homogeneous result without the use of mixing blades. Degassing of virtually 100% is achieved during the mixing process. Even the smallest micro-bubbles are eliminated, dispensing with additional degassing cycles. The Hauschild SpeedMixer, featuring vacuum technology, is available for complete air extraction. Programmable cycles guarantee that every batch represents an identical, reproducible mixture, thereby speeding up the development process considerably.


As the mixer mixes in disposable vessels without blades, there is absolutely no need for cleaning or the additional use of chemicals. The dimensions of the mixing vessels and mixing buckets range from a few grams up to ten kilograms and from a few milliliters to a nominal capacity of up to 16 liters – depending on the intended size of the batch.

  • Dual Asymmetric Centrifuge (DAC) technology
  • Customization - up to every challenge
  • Mixing from 5g up to 10kg
  • Air bubble free
  • Vacuum option
  • Minimal space requirements in laboratories
  • Reproducible results within a very short time