Working principle process of wet wipe machine

The wet tissue machine is a device used to produce wet wipes or wet tissue paper. Its working principle generally includes the following steps:

Raw material preparation: Prepare the raw materials required for wet wipes, including non-woven fabrics, paper, additives (such as wetting agents, preservatives, etc.) and cleaning liquids (such as water or detergent).

Material Spraying: Spraying the cleaning liquid onto the raw material. The cleaning liquid is evenly applied to the non-woven fabric or paper, usually using a spray system or a roll-on system.

Folding and Cutting: Folding and cutting raw material coated with cleaning liquid into appropriate size wipes. This usually involves using a cutting knife and folding device to cut and fold the wipes to the desired size.

Folding and packaging: Fold the cut wet wipes according to the specified method and package them. This usually involves placing the wipes in a suitable bag or container, sealed to retain moisture.

Inspection and quality control: inspection and quality control of the wet wipes produced to ensure that the wet wipes meet the relevant standards and requirements. This might include moisture testing, sealing performance testing, and paper quality checks, among others.

Packaging and packaging of finished products: packaging and packaging of wet wipes that meet quality requirements. This may involve packing wipes into boxes, bags or bags, and applying labels, sealing packages, and more.

Cleaning and Maintenance: Wipe dispensers are cleaned and maintained to ensure proper functioning and sanitary conditions of the equipment.

It should be noted that the specific working principle and process of the wet wipe machine may vary with different equipment models and manufacturers. The above process only provides a general overview of working principles, and there may be further details and steps in actual operation.