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Plastic Balls Manufacturer Introduces The Precautions For Manufacturing Solid Balls

Update:24 Jun 2021

Plastic Balls Manufacturer introduces the precautions for making solid balls. The raw material of the cullet particles is sent into the combustion chamber under the action of the carrier airflow. The glass particles flowing in the combustion chamber are heated by the flame so that the cullet is formed into glass balls. Similarly, it is well known that the manufacture of foam balls provides a small spherical material for the combustion chamber. In the combustion chamber, these spheres are heated by the flame and become foam glass spheres. This material is usually made from a spray-dried solution (for example, a solution mainly composed of water glass and foaming agents such as urea).

The heating method of the material has an important influence on the quality and output of the ball, especially when making foam marbles. At the same time, the economy of the production process is also very important. Rapid heating is conducive to the formation of spherulites and/or the vitrification of the raw materials, which requires good thermal contact between the flame and the raw materials. In order to obtain a consistent quality product, the most important thing is that the glass balls should be uniformly produced and processed in the combustion chamber. At the same time, it is also very important to reduce the adhesion and/or adhesion tendency between the solid material and the combustion chamber wall. Bonding and bonding may be caused by overheating of the raw material.

In this method, the material is placed in a flame in the combustion chamber, the material is heated and made into so-called glass balls, which are then taken out of the combustion chamber. It is characterized in that the supply of the above-mentioned raw materials diffuses the carrier current into the combustion chamber, and the vehicle flow is a mixture, including fuel gas and oxygen burned by the indoor flame. When incombustible gas is supplied to the combustion chamber, the airflow is maintained, and the airflow flows around the fire along a small path, thereby forming an air ring.