RAM mixers use low frequency (60 Hz), high intensity energy. This energy has low hydrodynamic shear stress and mixes in relatively short intervals, which reduces the overall heat being generated into the materials being mixed. High shear, indicative of standard and high performance mechanical mixers, generates heat during the mixing process. To achieve a complete mix, the mechanical mixer requires a significantly greater amount of time. Frictional heat generated from high shear mixing, in combination with longer mixing times, creates heat which accumulates within the materials being mixed. In contrast, the RAM process is more efficient, utilizing a field of high intensity mixing cells randomly dispersed throughout the mixing vessel. These high intensity mixing cells mix and disperse materials in the most expeditious manner, reducing processing time and heat generation.