Rotary Pressure/Gravity Fillers provides for reproducible thin-cake, continuous production in a single unit. The filtration is conducted via pressure of up to 90 psig. Positive displacement washing or countercurrent washing follows filtration. The cake is dried by blowing hot or ambient-temperature gas through the cake. This gravity fillers are suitable to fill liquid products into empty or already pre-filled containers.
Rotary Pump is like the reciprocating pump in that it allows a fluid to fill a space that then decreases in volume, forcing the fluid out of the space. Rotary pump includes a casing having a rotator rotatably received therein and a shaft fixedly extends through the rotator.
Rotary pumps operate on the principle that a rotating vane, screw, or gear traps the liquid in the suction side of the pump casing and forces it to the discharge side of the casing. These pumps are essentially self-priming due to their capability of removing air from suction lines and producing a high suction lift. In pumps designed for systems requiring high suction lift and self-priming features, it is essential that all clearances between rotating parts and stationary parts be kept to a minimum in order to reduce slippage. Slippage is leakage of fluid from the discharge of the pump back to its suction.
A rotary rack oven is an industrial grade oven. The rotary rack oven can fit one to two racks of 60cm x 40cm trays and are excellent at baking large volumes. It has conventional and convection types of ovens. These types of ovens are extremely large and expensive and are generally used by large professional pastry kitchens. The convection ovens are great for making cookies or even tart bases and bake savory foods