Double chamble vacuum packing machine sold to India
In July, an Indian customer contacted us and said he wanted to package chikwangue. Chikwangue is made from cassava or placali, which is fermented and packed in banana leaves. Its unique taste is not only good but also low in fat, it can easily replace rice as a side dish. After understanding the customer's needs and the size of his factory, our manager recommended the double chamber vacuum packaging machine to him. This machine is equipped with a vacuum gauge, heat-sealing temperature devices, heat-sealing time devices, and other adjustment devices, which can be adjusted according to different packaging items to achieve the best packaging effect. After receiving the machine, the customer showed us the packaging effect and said he was very satisfied and hoped to cooperate with us for a long time in the future.
The differences between single chamber vacuum packing machine and double chamber vacuum packer
In Appearance/Working Form
Both the two types of vacuum chamber packaging machines are internal vacuuming packing machines, and the vacuuming and sealing operations performed by them are all completed in the vacuum chamber.
The double-chamber vacuum packaging machine or the single-chamber vacuum packaging machine both have vacuum chambers. The difference is that one is a single vacuum chamber and the other is two vacuum chambers. When they work, the vacuuming and sealing processes are mostly the same. The process is as follows, the packaging materials are pre-installed in the packaging bag, and then the packaging bag is placed in the vacuum chamber to ensure that the mouth of the bag is placed on the sealing strip. Then the vacuum cover is pressed down, the start switch is touched, and the machine starts to vacuum and seal operations. After the operation is completed, the intake valve works, the atmosphere enters the vacuum chamber, and the vacuum cover pops up.
In Work Efficiency
So looking at it this way, the two types of vacuum packaging machines work in the same way, but the difference is that when the vacuum cover of the single-chamber vacuum packaging machine is covered, the vacuum cover needs to pop up after the vacuum packing is completed, and the next wave of materials just can be placed for vacuum chamber for packaging. In the double-chamber vacuum packaging machine, after the vacuum cover is attached to the left vacuum chamber, materials can be placed in the right vacuum chamber. After the left side work is completed, the vacuum cover can be placed in the right vacuum chamber, and the cycle continues to the end of work. In this way, the same material can be packaged and the double chamber can complete more processing volume at the same time.