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Liquid Packing Production Line
Viscosity is defined as a measure of a fluid's resistance to flow. It describes the internal friction of a moving fluid. A liquid with higher viscosity, such as icing or molasses, resists motion because its molecular makeup gives it a lot of internal friction. A fluid with lower viscosity, such as water or corn oil, flows easily because its molecular makeup results in very little friction when it is in motion. The mathematics required to calculate viscosity are much too involved for a Packing blog and can be most easily measured with special equipment.
2.Fill Temperatures Affect Viscosity of Liquids
The temperature at which the liquid product will be filled is very important to the Packing project, specifically when it comes to the product filler. When heated most liquid products flow more readily. Picture the consistency of frosting or motor oil as it is heated; its viscosity lowers significantly and it becomes much more free flowing. To provide the most efficient Packing solution for a liquid product, providing an accurate fill temperature is a must.
3.Size Matters When it Comes to Particulates
Liquids like salad dressings, soups, and sauces often contain particulates. These particulates are usually spices and flavor additions like small vegetable pieces. Particulates can be suspended in the liquid product or they can settle toward the bottom of the fluid. When Packing liquids with particulates, special care needs to be taken to accurately describe and measure their average size and general properties. The presence of particulates will determine the type of liquid product filler your Packing machinery requires for the most accurate and unimpeded dispensing.