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What is a vacuum emulsion machine?

June 30, 2013

What are vacuum emulsion machines exactly? A vacuum is described as a space where no matter exists, and emulsion is a scientific term relating to the combing of two or more liquids that posse a difficult molecular structure when it comes to mixing them. If you take these two words and their meanings then you start to get a good idea of what a vacuum emulsion machine is – it enables the customer to combine and blend these types of difficult liquids (such as oil and water) together with the use of a vacuum (usually in the form of a pump). Well, there are actually two different types of these machines and they are also referred to as vacuum emulsion mixers or vacuum homogenizing emulsifiers.

The two main types of these machines are:

  • The Tilting Vacuum Emulsion Machine
  • The Fixed Vacuum Emulsion Machine

To really understand them better we will investigate both of these individually.

  • The Tilting Vacuum Emulsion Machine

This type of vacuum mixer can be used to pour out the products by revolving the main tank via a handle on the side. What then happens is the end products will be poured into the storage tank directly. This machine is more advanced than its fixed counterpart but it does impose height demands onto the factory that will be using it.

  • The Fixed Vacuum Emulsion Machine

This type of vacuum mixer does not possess a handle so this means that the bowl cannot be tilted to allow the same deduction as described above. Instead the end result will stay stationary in either the bowl of the mixer or it would have to be pumped out into another storage facility via the motor. This machine does not require a certain roof height of the premises so it can be a better option to those with small factories.

The uses for these machines are as wide as is the various industries that utilise them. They can be used in the food industry to produce products such as salad dressings, gravy’s, mayonnaise etc. In the cosmetics field they are put to use to create liquid foundations, lipsticks and liquid eyeliner and mascara. As for the pharmaceutical industry, these machines are applied to the creation of liquid medication, pill coverings and other drugs. Toiletries manufacturers also implement these machines to produce shampoos, conditioners, toothpaste and some scents. They can also be used in the packaging industry which shows that from start to finish of a product these machines come in handy.

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