2 Ton Per Hour UHT Sterilizer Machine For Mango Pulp Making
|Item||2 Ton Per Hour For Mango Pulp Making UHT Sterilzer Machine||Material||Staonless Steel|
|Feature||Turnkey Project||Type||Tubular Tyoe|
2T//h UHT Sterilizer Machine,
Mango Pulp UHT Sterilizer Machine,
Tubular UHT Sterilizer Machine
2 ton per hour for mango pulp making UHT sterilzer machine
|inlet material temp.||
|output material temp||less than 15℃|
|cooling water consumtion||30t/h|
|componnet||One set of material conveying pump; one set of CIP system cleaning pump; front material buffer tank|
1 Basic rules
The workshop should be fully utilized, the walls in the workshop should have anti-corrosion, anti-mildew ability, and easy to clean; the corners of the walls should be made into a circular arc, and the ceiling in the workshop should be made of PVC or plastic-aluminum panels; the doors and windows of the workshop should be well sealed, and the windowsills should be well-tight. It should be made into a slope with an angle of 45 degrees; the ground load parameter is greater than 20KN/m2; the ground should be made of materials that are corrosion-resistant, anti-skid, and suitable for frequent cleaning. Polyacrylate or epoxy resin can be used on the ground, and the places with serious pollution can also be used. Cylindrical tiles can be used.
2 Production workshop layout principle
First of all, it must meet the requirements of flow of people and logistics, and coordinate with adjacent workshops and public facilities; the layout of process equipment in the workshop should be arranged in accordance with the production line, taking into account the small footprint, the convenience of organizing production and operation, and the separation of other equipment in the production line to facilitate Ventilation cooling and crystallization requirements. Easy container and finished product transportation. The production workshop should arrange the process equipment for a variety of products in different seasons. It should be arranged with a main variety of production lines, leaving appropriate positions to arrange special equipment for other products, and pay attention to the connection between these special equipment and the main line.