Example: System control - Illustration of process step "surfactant dilution"
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During the production of fabric softener, the concentrate, warm water, and thickener are blended in the first dynamic mixer. After the addition of cold water, the product passes through a static mixer and then through a heat exchanger for cooling. Then the "finishing components" are metered according to the recipe and the entire mixture is passed through another mixer.
Any product produced during start up and cleaning or when changing to another recipe and that cannot be used is discharged via a 3-way valve into a rework tank and added back into the process immediately or later, via a separate pump. Typical production units have production capacities starting at 5 tons/hr.
LEWA offers continually operating, formula-controlled systems for the manufacture of household and industrial cleaners in all commercially available surfactant concentrations – from raw product to end product. Contact our experts and let us advise you – we will work with you to configure pumps and systems for the manufacture of detergents and for the production of other cleaners.More Details
Customer-specific batch/continuous systems for your production process. Metering, mixing, filling, separating, controlling temperature: We work with you to develop the ideal process-related sequence and produce the system that fits your production process – right up to the end product.More Details