Instant mixing is widely used as a means to produce highly dispersible solids, such as powder detergents, drink mixes, agricultural chemicals, and water-soluble polymers. This operation requires moisture addition or a binder and often requires drying or curing of the wetted agglomerate. The product, once cured in a drying step, is typically sent through a size classification process, which separates out the desired product size for a consistent product. In most cases, the fine particles are recycled as feed, and any oversize particles are milled to produce on-size material. Instant mixing, much like all of our agglomeration operations, is a zero-waste process.