Continuous Fuel Blending With no Excess Demand of Energy: Is It Possible?

Blending is deemed to be one of the most long-used and popular processing step in the history of industry.  It is therefore, why most of the food products, household chemicals and medicines feature the mixtures of natural and synthetic components that have been blended.

Many years ago, blending of liquids that were difficult to blend and the production of stable and “resistant to segregation” mixtures were always considered to be an operational challenge by the blending industry.

In today’s world, the hi-tech market is full of different systems that can solve this problem effectively depending on the knowledge and technologies built into the equipment by the manufacturer.

GlobeCore always meets the needs of its clients when designing and producing equipment.  GlobeCore is continually working on improving its existing equipment line up.  After many years of doing business, GlobeCore has proved itself to be a reliable and customer-oriented company that manufactures high-quality equipment.

There are different classifications of blending equipment.  Depending on the physical state of the components of the mixture, blending equipment may be applied to blend liquids, liquids with solid substances, solid substances, and gasses with liquids.

GlobeCore blending equipment is designed to compound two or more liquid components as the parts of the final product.  Such type of equipment is used to produce fuel mixtures, beverages, perfumes, soap, shampoos and other multicomponent products.

Each component of the mixture possesses specific physical and chemical characteristics therefore,  it is very important to choose the optimal blending mode that determines the estimated energy consumption, required fineness of grinding and as a result the stability of the mixture.

Blending equipment, available in the hi-tech market, is classified according to the  following modes of operation:

(1) batch blending mode;

(2) recirculation blending mode; and

(3) continuous  blending mode.

The modes, listed above may be also divided into sub-modes of blending.  For example, systems with a batch blending mode may also be fitted with a mild intensive mixing sub-mode and with a continuous blending mode and a quick blending sub-mode.

GlobeCore USB blending systems are classified according to the model number.  GlobeCore USB units are easy-to-use and are characterized by a high production rate and do not require specially-trained staff to operate.

Due to the different blending modes available in the USB systems, all the components of the product are mixed effectively which improves the quality of the final product.  The most important technological parameters of the blending modes are the temperature, and the mixing time.  These two parameters usually determine the readiness and quality of the product.

The blending mode is also referred to the factors that determine the characteristics of the final mixtures.  GlobeCore USB blending equipment, is offered with a continuous blending mode that is designed to increase the efficiency of the blending process with no additional energy costs.

This type of equipment allows for, an even, on-line distribution of mixtures and precise metering of components with no additional distribution systems.  GlobeCore continuous USB blending units meet all national and international quality standards.

Each GlobeCore USB unit is custom-made to meet the individual needs of each client.

обновлено: November 10, 2015 автором: dannik