In modern production, in order to carry out production work quickly and safely, some industries will use central conveying systems. The central conveying system can achieve centralized drying, dehumidification, measurement, mixing and centralized processing of raw materials, saving a lot of manual labor. The closed conveyor can solve problems such as workshop noise, dust, and raw material waste. The quantification of the central conveying system is a very important issue. If it is not taken seriously, it may cause problems such as overflowing or inadequate drying, affecting product quality. So how to quantify the central conveying system?
The central conveying system can achieve the most optimized solution according to the actual needs of different users, workshop characteristics, and requirements for raw material use.
The central conveying system can automatically supply multiple raw materials to multiple injection molding equipment. It can include drying and coloring of raw materials, as well as proportionate crushing and recycling of materials. It can realize highly automated control and monitoring and can meet the production needs of 24-hour non-stop machines.
The quantification of the central conveying system is mainly controlled by a metering device. According to the actual operation situation, the amount of material to be added can be set. After setting the quantification value, the metering device will give a switch signal to the electromagnetic valve or pump. When the set value is reached, the central conveying system will automatically close the pump or valve to achieve automatic feeding.
After the central conveying system completes a work, if it needs to change the quantification value, you can press this button, and the system will automatically clear the value to begin the next operation.
Used to record unexpected situations such as power outages or machine failures, which may cause the central conveying system to stop working midway. After pressing the recovery button, the system can continue to complete the unfinished work.
If an emergency occurs, you can press this button to stop the central conveying system from working to avoid trouble.
This is how the central conveying system is quantified. Using the central conveying system can reduce costs such as procurement, electricity consumption, maintenance, etc., improve product quality and work efficiency, and bring more benefits to enterprises.