Principe de remplissage de la machine de remplissage d'eau pure

In this process, the filling machine, as an important equipment in the field of liquid packaging, plays a key role. Especially for pure water manufacturers, filling machines are indispensable production equipment. The filling principle of machine de remplissage d'eau pure mainly involves three main steps: suction, filling and sealing. Below we explain these three steps in detail.

1. Suction

Suction is the first step in filling. This process mainly involves preparing the bottles or containers to be filled and arranging them on the filling line. These bottles or containers are then conveyed to the filling location. In this step, the suction device sucks the bottle or container through the suction tube to the appropriate position to prepare for the next filling operation.

2. Filling

Filling is the most important step in the filling process of pure machine de remplissage d'eau. In this process, pure water enters the filling valve from the water storage tank through the pressure delivery system. The filling valve then opens during the filling process, allowing purified water to flow into the bottle or container. When the bottle or container is filled, the filling valve automatically closes to prevent overfilling. During the filling process, the most important control factors are filling speed and pressure. The settings of these parameters directly affect the quality and efficiency of the filling operation.

pure water filling machinery

Pure water filling machine

3. Sealing

After completing the filling, the sealing operation follows. During this step, purified water manufacturers typically seal the bottle or container using a method called heat sealing. Heat sealing technology refers to using high temperature to melt a film of special material and attaching it to the mouth of the bottle or the top of the container to achieve the purpose of sealing. This technology has the advantages of high efficiency, safety, and hygiene, so it has been widely used in the pure water filling process.

Throughout the filling process, the pure water filling machine is also equipped with various sensors and detection devices to ensure the smooth progress of the filling process. For example, a liquid level sensor can monitor the water level in a water storage tank to ensure an adequate supply of pure water during the filling process. Additionally, weight sensors can monitor the weight of bottles or containers during the filling process to ensure they are filled correctly. The presence of these sensors and detection devices provides important quality control information to purified water producers.

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