producer of soap plants


Liquid soap production plants


Liquid soap can be divided into two major product groups: Personal Care and Household.

The Personal Care category includes all products used for personal care, such as shampoo, shower gel, conditioner, body lotion, and face cream; whereas, the Household one includes the full range of household care products, such as dishwashers, floor cleaners, liquid detergents, and fabric softeners.

Although similar in nature, the production of these different types of soap requires specific measures. Soaptec’s state-of-the-art liquid soap production plants help soap manufacturers to create products that fully comply with safety regulations and market expectations.

Our company specialises in the manufacture of customised plants and machinery dedicated to the production of Personal Care and Household soap. Based on individual requirements, our company designs and builds custom compound plants using different types of basic elements such as reactors and mixers, agitators, homogenisers, recycle pumps, heat exchangers and so on.

Soaptec knows how much the dosing of raw materials is essential to produce good-quality liquid soap; that’s why, in addition to the chance to choose machines that require manual dosing, it also offers sophisticated instrumentation to perfectly weigh the ingredients before inserting them in the reactor.

The sequence of the various production steps also plays a key role in the quality of the soap. To address the need for control and monitoring of the various activities, Soaptec has developed a complex software that allows total control of the situation.

Our company is able to supply ATEX-certified machinery, capable of producing special products, such as alcohol-based sanitising gels.

All of Soaptec’s equipment is developed in accordance with national and international safety regulations and is manufactured using the best materials available, including stainless steel and carbon steel, to provide customers with maximum reliability, durability, and overall quality.

In addition, the machines can be accessorized at the customer’s request with additional elements that increase the degree of usability by the operators, the CIP (Clean In Place) system, for example, allows the quick cleaning of the machines.