Mechanical Properties of Diaper Machine

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When this machine is automated, the stacker will neatly stack the diapers following the number of diapers and the piece number of the packing before putting them into the platform of the packaging machine that compresses them. The diaper machine will perform automatic compression, stacking-products/pieces pushing, bag feeding, suction, bag opening, and product bagging when it detects items.

Diaper machine-Mechanical Characteristics

1. Cutting-edge gusset-folding technology with a sole patent.

The servo-controlled angular device is adaptable to different baby diaper packaging standards since it has the precision to ensure the shaping up of a smooth and delicate gusset.

2. Wide applicability and firm, precise sealing

Over 95% of the popular products in this category can be packed using the machine, including diapers, elastic diaper pants, pet cushions, mattresses, and various bags and pouches, etc., with a tight and precise seal.

3. The use of prefabricated bags.

Instead of rolling film bags or keypunching bags, using prefabricated bags for packaging baby diapers makes for easier management and lower costs.

4. A system for human-machine interaction.

A variety of product parameters can be conveniently stored and retrieved in the machine.

The general process of the Diaper Machine:

  • On a mobile conveyer belt that moves through a lengthy “formation chamber,” the absorbent pad is created. Pressurized nozzles spray fibrous material or polymer particles onto the conveyor surface at various locations throughout the chamber. When the pad material is sprayed onto the conveyor belt, the bottom of the conveyor is perforated, and a vacuum is provided from below so that the fibers are drawn down to form a flat pad.
  • The pad travels down the conveyor line to a leveling roller close to the outflow of the forming chamber after receiving its complete dosage of fiber and polymer. To provide a uniform thickness for the pad, this roller removes a section of the fiber at the top. The pad then travels along the conveyor and out the outlet before undergoing further processing to create the finished diaper.
  • The technique of melt-blown, which was previously discussed, can used to make sheets of fabric. You can create these sheets as a broad roll known as a “web,” which is later divided into pieces the right size for diapers. For the top sheets and the bottom sheets, separate webs exist. As the nonwoven fabric is frequently produced at different locations, this stage only sometimes follows pad formation.
  • At some point throughout the procedure, adhesive-coated stretched elastic bands are affixed to the backing sheet. These elastic bands constrict after the diaper is put together to achieve a tight fit and reduce leaks.

Quality Assurance

Disposable diaper quality can be regulated in several ways, most of which have to do with how absorbent the product is. One important factor is ensuring the absorbent pad’s appropriate polymer/fiber ratio. Excessive fluctuation will reduce the diaper’s capacity to absorb moisture. Industry trial-and-error has revealed that the fiber-to-particle ratio should be between 75:25 and 90:10 for the best performance and cost. The size and distribution of these particles are even more important than this ratio.

Conclusion:

Manufacturing disposable diapers is a high-technology industry that has continually displayed innovation over the past few decades. However, there are still some aspects that need to be improved further. The elimination of leaks is one such area. Manufacturers likely create improved elastic bands to grip the waist more firmly without chafing or pain. Additionally, production and formulation may be impacted by the current concern over the role of disposable diapers in landfills.

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