1600mm melt-blown nonwoven cloth machine
It is self-evident that the melt-blown nonwoven cloth machine is used to produce melt-blown nonwoven cloth. The most obvious characteristic of 1600mm melt-blown nonwoven cloth machine is its high output, 1.5-2t/day.
With the machine, PP granules with other agents are melted and then blown by hot air and strong wind into a web directly. The melt-blown nonwoven fabric produced, with good air permeability and filterability, is widely used as the mask filter layer.
Now let’s learn about the production line through three aspects: machine list, technical parameters, and manufacturing process.
1. 1600mm pp melt-blown non woven fabric machine list:
|2||Single screw extruder||1set|
|9||Air compressor or Roots blower||1set|
|10||Frozen type compressed air drying machine||1set|
|11||Web Former machine||1set|
|vacuum loader: load mixed raw material into the hopper|
|Single screw extruder: melt and plasticize material|
|screen changer: filter impurities in melted material|
|melt pump: make extrusion stable|
|Mould: used with spinneret for melt blown|
|Spinneret plate: spraying melted material through|
|Air heater: supply heat to material in the mould|
|Gas tank: store air|
|Air compressor or Roots blower: give high pressure to melted material in mold chamber|
|Frozen type compressed air drying machine|
|Web Former machine: receiving melt-blown cloth|
|centrifugal ventilator: cool melt-blown cloth and make it dense|
|Slitting Machine: cut melt-blown cloth into required width|
|Winder: wind melt-blown cloth for package|
|single screw extruder||sj90/30|
|output per day||1.5-2t/day|
|machine size (L*W*H, m)||12*8*4.5|
Melt blown nonwoven fabric making machine for medical and hygiene
Melt blown nonwoven fabric making machine
Melt blown machine
PP Nonwoven Machines are designed and manufactured in accordance with individual customer requirements, which are equivalent to Reifenhäuser Reicofil 3/4 types. Their possible area of application therefore is correspondingly wide.
PP Nonwoven Machines are featured with lower investment, compact construction, small area, simple production technology, simple operation, saving of labour and widely compatibility and so on.
In the Spunbond nonwoven process, polymers are transformed into endless filaments by melting and stretching, and then deposited on a wire mesh belt. The conversion of granulate into nonwoven takes place in a single production step.
We distinguish between three different types of spunbond lines: the one-, two- and three-beam lines. The biggest difference is the greater line speed and thus the extra output capacity that extra beams provide.