Would you believe that there are blenders in use that are as large as a house? Alright, that may be putting things in the extreme, but it is true. Of course, size is compared to that of a small, two-bedroomed unit. And all rooms within this unit are quite small too. And then of course, there will be tons of blenders so small you could easily dismantle them and pack it away in your work bag and take home with you. In-between there are ribbon blenders, so many, it would not be possible to count the numbers leaving the conveyor belt. These ribbon blenders are no longer just standard industrial one size fits all models.
They could never be in any case. Design intentions are set from the outset for the first-time industrialist. The design and manufacture engineering teams have years of experience behind their belt, so comprehending and appreciating what a new industrialist wishes to achieve is never a difficult task. In fact, they already have catalogues of specimens in store. This is not to suggest that they will be shirking. It’s just a case of being as industrious as possible, catering for a very large market at quite a speed, a necessary speed to keep up with demand. Ribbon blenders and all the others are built for speed.
But in accordance to the consumers’ wishes (or demands), they are being built for efficiency. Speed is great but it is uncalled for when the quality of the product leaves a lot to be desired. A close collaboration between the industrial customer and the design and manufacture specialists will ensure that the wheels of industry continue to turn in favor of high quality and progress across the board.