The Difference Between Pneumatic Homogenizer And Manual Homogenizer
The manual homogenizer pressurizes the material through the manual lever mechanism. Because of the manual pressurization, the production capacity is low, but it has the advantages of quick disassembly and assembly, portable, and a small number of materials needed. It is very suitable for a small-scale test, and can fully meet the research and development needs of the laboratory.
The high-voltage pneumatic homogenizer is driven by the motor, which is further subdivided into mechanical and hydraulic types.
The mechanical type of pneumatic homogenizer: The motor drives the crankshaft to make the plunger move to and fro, directly pressurizing the material. By providing continuous pressure through multiple groups of plungers, the homogeneous pressure is high and the output is large, but the small amount of material is large. At the same time, the crankshaft driven by the motor needs a multi-stage deceleration mechanism, which makes the equipment generally effective and larger in volume. Suitable for large-scale production.
Hydraulic type of pneumatic homogenizer: The motor drives the oil pump and pressurizes the material through the hydraulic system. The hydraulic system can provide higher pressure, higher equipment efficiency, relatively small volume, and less material. It can be applied to both test and production.