Emulsifier

January 24, 2022

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Emulsifier

 

 

Q1:The fluidity requirements of the emulsifier material.

A:Materials with fluidity greater than 50000cp are suitable for planetary emulsifier. Our ordinary emulsifier is only suitable for materials with fluidity below 50000cp.

 

Q2:What is the maximum heating temperature of the emulsifier/stirring tank?

A:The maximum heating temperature of the emulsifier can reach 110°C.

 

Q3:The difference between emulsification and homogenization.

A:Homogenizing head: The same material is homogenized by high shear stirring paddles, so that the particle size of the material is uniform.

Emulsifying head: For more than 2 kinds of materials, granules with different specifications need to be compatible, so the emulsifying head needs to be used.

 

Q4:Does the homogenizing emulsifier need to add water or other substances for emulsification during the emulsification process?

A:According to different formulas, different materials will be added, including water, oil, pigments, pharmaceutical ingredients, etc.

 

Q5:How long does it take to homogenize and emulsify a batch?

A:20-40 minutes, the specific time depends on the material.

 

Q6:Emulsifier with automatic turning function has hydraulic function?

A:Yes, the emulsifying machine with automatic turning function has hydraulic function.

 

Q7:What does the emulsifier with CIP cleaning function mean?

A:The emulsifying machine has added a cleaning ball valve.

 

Q8:How to connect the emulsifier and the tube filling machine? What is the cleaning method?

A:Usually there will be a buffer tank between the two machines and will not be directly connected.

Cleaning can use CIP cleaning or disassembly cleaning.

 

Q9:What is the difference between placing the motor of the emulsifier on the top and on the bottom?

A:The emulsifying effect of the emulsifying machine with the motor at the bottom is better and the price is more expensive. But the emulsifier with the motor on top is easier to clean.

 

Q10:Does the residue on the stirring blade need to be collected manually after the homogenization and emulsification is completed?

A:Yes, after the homogenization and emulsification is completed, the residue on the stirring blade needs to be collected manually.

 

Q11:The same model of emulsifier, the price difference between the upper homogenizer and the lower homogenizer.

A:The price of the lower homogenizer is more expensive than that of the upper homogenizer, and the exact price depends on the configuration. The lower homogenizer should be equipped with an additional motor and mechanical seal.

 

Q12:Can the emulsifier make soy milk? (make frozen beans into a runny sauce)

A:Yes, but the beans have to be crushed first and finer before making soymilk in an emulsifying machine.

 

Q13:Does the emulsifier need a chiller?

A:Under normal circumstances, the emulsifier does not need to be equipped with a chiller. Generally, cold water is passed into the jacket to cool the temperature of the material after emulsification, which is convenient for filling. However, the jacket is in rapid thermal expansion and contraction for a long time, which may affect the sealing of the weld. . It is recommended that the customer purchase another cooling turnover bucket, or directly use tap water for cooling.

Depending on the specific requirements, some materials cannot be cooled, and they are too viscous after cooling, which is not conducive to filling.

 

Q14:We need to understand the customer's requirements for sterile mixing tanks.

A:1. Capacity requirements.

2. Whether with CIP & SIP system.

3. The sterile mixing tank is used for mixing between liquid and liquid, or between solid and liquid.

4. Whether the color removal function is required. (The liquid after dispensing may be colored, and it is colorless for injection.)

5. Whether the carbon removal function is required.

6. Whether sterile filtration is required.

7. Whether the sterile mixing tanks are initial mixing or final mixing.

(Initial mixing is also called thick mixing, and subsequent dilution is required.

Final mixing is also called thin mixing, which is simply used for filling. )

8. Whether automatic weighing function is required.

9. Whether heating/cooling function is required.

10. Stirring speed.