producer of soap plants
— ROLL MILLS—
Roll mills for bar soap finishing line
In both cases, the operator interface is made up of a simple push button panel that allows all the machine functions to be controlled more easily.
The external surface of the machine’s rolls is composed of a layer of welded martensitic stainless steel, hardened to 50 HRC and ground to 0.4 roughness.
Hydraulic roll mill —
Soaptec M-Series hydraulic roll mills are available in three different sizes; the choice of one model over another depends on the production capacity of each plant.
This type of machine has three rolls, all driven by a single motor that distributes power through timing belts. The speed of the motor is controlled by a frequency inverter.
In this particular roll mill, the distance between the rolls is regulated by a hydraulic system that can be controlled manually, even while the machine is still running. The same hydraulic system also controls the side skirts, scrapers, and flaking rolls.
Soaptec hydraulic three roll mills are equipped with a conveyor, located underneath the rolls, to collect the discarded soap.
Pressurised coolant is pumped into each roll through the rotary coupling. The temperature is controlled by modulating valves.
Mechanical roll mills—
The rolls are again driven by a motor and timing belts. Compared to the hydraulic version, in this model the distance between the rolls is adjusted by a mechanical system consisting of eccentric flanges driven by a set of worm wheels.
The temperature of each roll can be managed independently by controlling the passage of pressurised coolant through the rotary coupling.