Solid raw materials in form of powder are sieved and premixed, then stored in respective silos.
The solid materials are weighed accurately by dosing belts according to the detergent powder formulation, and fed to the agglomerator. While the liquid raw materials are dosed accurately by dosing pumps and fed the agglomerator in form of sprayed particles.
The agglomeration product from its bottom is fed to a fluidizing bed to remove free water in the particle’s surface and form crystal water in the powder to increase its added
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Do you put clothes and then put water and washing powder in the laundry?
Many people are used to storing dirty clothes in the washing machine, and then put water and washing powder in the laundry. In fact, when washing the laundry, you should put the washing powder first. Because it is a powder, it is not easy to dissolve. It should be used first in water to better exert its effect, so as to avoid rinsing and leaving residue. The correct way is: first dissolve the washing powder in water, then put it into the laundry, soak it for 10 minutes before cleaning.
When washing clothes, the higher the temperature, the better?
The water temperature for washing clothes is not as hot as possible. A variety of enzyme-containing washing powders are commonly used, and the enzyme preparations thereof mainly include alkaline proteases and alkaline lipases.
Alkaline proteases are used to break down proteinaceous stains such as perspiration and blood stains. Alkaline lipase mainly acts on fatty acids and their esters, which are commonly referred to as oil stains. The activity of the two enzymes is temperature dependent and approximately 40 ° C is most suitable. Too high or too low a temperature will reduce the activity of the enzyme.
Second, the protein has a denaturing effect. Its remarkable feature is that the protein is coagulated, the solubility is significantly reduced, and the coagulation of the egg after cooking is an example. One of the conditions that cause degeneration is high temperature. This is also the case with protein stains on clothing. Therefore, if the water temperature is too high during washing, they will denature and solidify on the fabric fibers, making it more difficult to wash.