Blending Liquids of High and Low Viscosity
When blending liquids of high and low viscosity, start with the low viscosity liquid and add the higher. This is more energy efficient, because the mixer doesn't need to be sized to process the highest viscosity. Where coloring or dye is to be added, leave this until last as this acts as a visual indicator that a consistent mix has been achieved.
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