When the emulsifying machine is brought to your workplace, factory, or plant, the water, electricity, and gas should also be set up. Here’s how a vacuum emulsifying mixer will be configured:
1. Check to see if each valve and switch is doing its one and intended purpose.
2. Check to see if the homogeneous, sweep wall stirrer’s rotation path is in place and working right and if the rotation function could be significant.
3. Check for water within the heating interlayer; do not turn it on when the liquid stage is below the heating rod. If you wish to use steam heating, ensure that the connecting pipes and valves between the steam generator and the vacuum emulsifier mixer are properly linked .
4. Check that the voltage, meters, lights, etc., are all working appropriately.
5. To operate, the cloth must be heated and stirred at the same time, based on your system and the way it is made.
6. When there’s fine fabric in the pot, the homogenizer can be turned on, and the sweeping wall can be mixed simultaneously. The sweep wall stirring speed needs adjustment from the slowest to the fastest or from 0 to the preferred rate.
7. If the homogenizer stops working, the power must be turned off quickly, and the parts must be taken apart and fixed. When the vacuum pump is turned on, the vacuum control switch must be pulled out before the vacuum pipeline valve can be turned on. First, close the vacuum valve, and when you’re done, turn off the power supply. When the vacuum pressure reaches – 0.05 MPa to – 0.06 MPa, open the feed valve to pull the materials in the water pot and oil pot into the vacuum. And check the filter regularly to ensure it doesn’t let any dirt into the emulsifying pot. This will keep the homogenizer working correctly. The vacuum inside the emulsifying pot must stay low. Usually, it needs to be maintained between -0.05 MPa and -0.6 MPa to avoid boiling water.
8. While machines are running, they need to be taken care of. Stop operating before leaving the working place.
9. Before the system stops running, the frequency converter must be set back to 0, and the stirring stop button must be pressed.
10. Close the water valves, turn off the electrical transmission, and open the vacuum exhaust valve.
11. After unloading the products and keeping the pot clean, use hot water to clean out what’s left in the pot.
Vacuum Emulsifying Mixer Manufacturing Process: How to Troubleshoot Common Problems?
During the vacuum emulsifying mixing, you may run into some problems or issues. Here are some of them:
1. You might find it hard to mix powder that doesn’t dissolve easily in water.
2. Getting a uniform product from two-phased emulsification could be difficult.
3. In the emulsification pot, bottom sediments can be a major issue.
4. Some materials that stick together are hard for agitators to break up.
An emulsifier machine is simple and can be at the same a complex piece of equipment. The natural, technical design and application of each system component, as well as the proper operations and consumer protection, resulting in its successful performance. Device failure is commonly caused by the vacuum emulsification machine operating improperly. Let’s say you want to keep your failed device from causing wrong manufacturing losses. In that case, operators need to be good at learning how the vacuum emulsifier works and how to use it, and they should also know how to fix common problems.
1. Check to see if the vacuum pipe on the emulsifier is open or closed and if the seal is leaking.
2. Check to see if the vacuum valve is open, the vacuum pump is refueled, the vacuum pump’s water tank is full, and the vacuum pump is turning in the right direction.
3. Check to see if the power is coming in smoothly and if the cord is leaking.
4. Check to see if the motor is working well and if the blades are turning smoothly.
5. Determine whether the homogeneous head is sturdy and if any additional frame interacts with the homogeneous head.
6. Check if the relay in the electrical controls cabinet turns off and the limit switch is freed.
7. Check if the stirring shaft turns and if the scraper is a little bit worn.
8. Check to see if any outside frame is stuck in the scraper wall and shouldn’t be turned too quickly.