In 1916 Fernley H. Banbury patented the first “Banbury” tangential mixer. Based on the principles of the two-roll rubber mill it was intended to remove the influence of the operator and significantly reduce the time taken to mix a batch of rubber. Some 16 years later the first intermix intermeshing mixer was patented, employing the same basic principles as the “Banbury.” So, what's the difference?
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