Another important prerequisite is the height adjustment of the toothed disc. At the beginning of the production cycle, the disc turns just above the container bottom i order to start with the necessary reduced binder quantity. The low initial speed prevents the binder from splashing on the container wall. These splashes would, with the filling level rising, lead to fast and uncontrolled formation of pigment encapsulation which would then be excluded from the dispersion process. Because of the changing container filling level the infinite height adjustment of the toothed disc represents a crucial prerequisite, as only then a uniform product circulation and thus perfect dispersion is guaranteed.