Used for continuous drying of laundry and/or toilet base soap
Liquid soap is pumped through a soap filter into the soap feed tank.
Liquid soap is fed by the feeding pump into the heat exchanger where it will be heated.
Heated liquid soap is sprayed inside the atomizer. Vapors liberated inside (ones preformed inside heat exchanger and those flashed off) are sucked out by the vacuum system. Sprayed soap becomes dry, cold and solid on the walls of the atomizer. It is scrapped off the wall by the rotary scrappers action. Scrapped soap falls on the worms of the plodder and is extruded out in form of pellets or continuous bar.
SOAP FINES SEPARATION
Soap dust formed during spraying are conveyed together with vapors out of the atomizer by means of the cyclones which will separate them recovering soap dust from its bottom.
Vapors are condensed inside barometric condenser. Vacuum pump produces and maintains the vacuum degree inside the plant by removing all uncondensables.