As chemicals can be corrosive or flammable in nature, manufacturers must meet strict health and safety requirements. Machines should be easy to clean and avoid spills to prevent corrosion and cross-contamination between different products. Machines should be very easy to use, with minimal training required for safe operation, and incorporate user-friendly intuitive interfaces that can cope with harsh environments.
Chemicals that can be filled include, but are not limited to:
Intuitive touch-screen HMI provides simple control over the machine and enables choosing predefined products or setting parameters for chemical filling process.
All the components of the chemical filling machine are made from corrosion-resistant materials such as stainless steel and durable plastics, which are resistant to chemicals, or acidic liquids.
The quantity of filling nozzles can be changed depending on the quantity of the filled container required and their sizes and volumes. The machine is equipped with a nozzles drip guard to ensure the cleanliness of the final product and conveyor surface.
The conveyor guides, filling nozzle positions relative to the container neck, and nozzle vertical displacement are easily adjustable according to container sizes.
Hoses and seals used in chemical filling machines are made from materials that retain their flexibility, shape, and seal when exposed to chemicals and high temperatures.
During the chemical filling process, there are sometimes gases from the chemicals which can be dangerous. This is why filling equipment can be combined with a ventilation system for machine and operator safety.