bitumen emulsion plant is classified according to process flow
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bitumen emulsion plant is classified according to process flow
Release Time:2023-10-13
Bitumen emulsion plant equipment refers to thermally melting bitumen and dispersing the bitumen into fine particles in water to form an emulsion.

According to the classification of process flow, bitumen emulsion plant equipments can be divided into three types: intermittent operation, semi-continuous operation and continuous operation. The process flow includes intermittent modified emulsion bitumen equipment. During production, emulsifier, acid, water, and latex modifiers are blended in a soap mixing tank, and then pumped into the bitumen into a colloid mill. After one can of soap solution is used up, the soap solution is prepared before the next can is produced. When used in the production of modified emulsified bitumen, depending on the modification process, the latex pipeline can be connected either before or after the colloid mill, or there is no dedicated latex pipeline, but the specified dose of latex is manually added. Add to soap jar.
Semi-continuous emulsion bitumen plant equipment actually equips intermittent emulsified bitumen equipment with soap mixing tanks, so that soap can be mixed alternately to ensure that soap is continuously fed into the colloid mill. At present, a considerable number of domestic emulsified bitumen production equipment belongs to this type.

Continuous emulsion bitumen plant equipment pumps emulsifier, water, acid, latex modifier, bitumen, etc. directly into the colloid mill using metering pumps. The blending of soap liquid is completed in the conveying pipeline.