Application of Vacuum Adsorption in regenerative blower

 Blower Technology     |      2019-09-23 13:57
In the food industry, suction can be used to suck the two sides of the packed bag and automatically open the mouth of the bag and pour it into the food for packaging; suction can also be used to suck up the label paper and paste it on the surface of irregular bottles so that it can not wrinkle, arching or blister.
In the printing industry, the paper that has been accumulated for too long can be separated one by one by using the suction and pressure of the best new regenerative blowers, so as to avoid sticking to each other, and can be collected and transmitted automatically and at high speed. The paper that has just come out of the printing press can also be sucked onto the roller by the suction generated by the best new regenerative blowers to transport to the accumulation. Slow down its speed; large-scale sun-drying phase should use the suction generated by high-pressure fan to hold the film, so that the film or the printed circuit board which has been sensitized to the sun phase can keep close contact with the flat beating, which is flat and ensures good sun-drying effect. In the textile industry, the fabric can be sucked from the spindle by suction, and the cotton yarn can be tightened to remove the cotton lint. It can also absorb the cloth breakage and cotton lint produced during cloth trimming, which can not only keep the environment clean, but also prevent the winder parts from being damaged by cloth breakage accumulation.
In the mechanical processing industry, the air between the sheet workpiece and the worktable of the press is pumped out by the non-pulsating suction produced by the high-pressure fan to ensure that the workpiece and the worktable surface are firmly adhered to each other; the metal chips grinded by the grinder are removed by suction, and then transferred to the cloth bag for collection. In the post and telecommunication industry, letters are sucked onto the distribution desk by suction. In the food industry, suction can be used to suck the two sides of the packed bag and automatically open the mouth of the bag and pour it into the food for packaging; suction can also be used to suck up the label paper and paste it on the surface of irregular packaging bottles so that it does not wrinkle, arching or blister.
Non-magnetic materials such as plastics, wood and ceramics are held on the workbench by suction instead of mechanical clamping so as to avoid damage to the surface of the products. In the dry-cleaning industry, dust-adhering detergents are removed from clothes by suction. In the garment processing industry, the human body model is vacuum pumped to make the garment on the model fit closely with the model, and then the garment is stiffened by steam ironing. In the medical and health industry, high-pressure fan suction is used, stainless steel pipe suction head is used to suck sputum for patients, blood and water are sucked out during surgery, and part of the air in the bottle can be sucked out so that powder can be quickly put into the bottle.