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Do you know the liquid packaging machine? This automatic weighing and packing machine are commonly used by manufacturers whose end products are in liquid form. Today’s guide covers every aspect of liquid packaging machine, from definition, classification, uses to working principles.
Liquid packaging machine is an automatic weighing and filling machine that can fill liquid such as water, wine, juice, ketchup, cream, honey, and other materials with certain fluidity into bottles or bags. Forming, bag making, quantitative filling, ink printing, sealing and cutting — this multi-function automatic weighing filling machine can automatically perform all of these procedures. The 0.08mm polyethylene film is often used in its working process, and the film is UV disinfected before packaging, which is in line with food Hygiene requirements. The formed liquid products we see in daily life all need to be filled through such auto weighing, filling and sealing machine.
For the classification of liquid filling equipment, there are many different standards. According to different principle of transmission driving force, we can divide the commonly used weigh and fill machine into gravity filling machine, pressure filling machine and vacuum filling machine. According to capabilities — semi-automatic weighing and filling machine, automatic weighing and filling machine, linear weigher packing machine and multiheaded packing machine.
Gravity filling is to fill the material in the storage bin into the packaging container through the material’s own gravity. Gravity liquid filling machine is widely used for bottle packaging of most common liquids, which have high fluidity, in our daily life, such as milk and wine. Pressure filling is to use the method of increasing pressure to press the material into the package. It is best to fill the material with full pneumatic weigh filler with the liquid mixed with gas, like beer, carbonated drinks, champagne, etc. Vacuum liquid filler machine moves with the aid of a vane cell feed system under a vacuum.
Liquid packaging machine process parts are all made of stainless steel, high-position balance tank or self-priming pump quantitative filling, direct heat sealing and cutting, easy and reliable adjustment of bag size, packaging weight, sealing and cutting temperature, production date ribbon printing, side sealing and back Seal, photoelectric tracking.
There are many factors to put into consideration when operating an automatic liquid filling machine. The most critical factors are always asepsis, hygiene and safety. Please never forget these principles when using a liquid packaging machine!
1. Before starting each time, check and observe whether there are any abnormalities around the machine.
2. When the machine is running, it is strictly forbidden to approach or touch the moving parts with your body, hands and head.
3. When the machine is in operation, it is strictly forbidden to extend hands and tools into the sealing knife seat.
4. It is strictly forbidden to switch the operation buttons frequently during normal operation of the machine, and it is strictly forbidden to frequently change the parameter setting value at will.
5. Long-term operation at super high speed is strictly prohibited.
6. It is forbidden for two people to operate the various switch buttons and mechanisms of the machine at the same time; when multiple people are debugging and repairing the machine at the same time, pay attention to communication and signal to prevent accidents caused by incoordination.
7. When checking and repairing electrical control circuits, be sure to cut off the power!
From this guide, it has been made clear that liquid packaging machines play a crucial role in the pharmaceutical industries. It is impossible to get quality, hygienic and precise products without the use of these machines. With this guide, you can confidently choose and use a machine for your liquid filling needs. For more questions or inquiries, feel free to contact our team for free consultations.