Open top with top Entry agitator Cowl disc type or paddle with Slow Speed Anchor.
Close top with top/bottom entry agitator Cowl disc type or propeller type stirrer.
Open top with top entry propeller stirrer
Close top with bottom or top entry propeller
Manual Control Have temperature indicator /Timer / Single Phase protection /Push Button to operate the complete plant.
Auto Control PLC based with touch screen and pass word level to feed the parameters of process for Heating / Cooling / Stirrer timing/Homogeniser Timing / Stirrer speed / Homogeniser speed / Vacuum / Pressure / CIP etc. This choice of package to suit requirement to each product.
Pre stored process parameter will help to achieve consistent product quality.
MMI (Touch Screen) for visualization of machines of specific process condition and data
- Visualization of Machine process condition & data.
- Alarm Signal
- Fault Message
SCADA package (optional)
FAQs: Cream Ointment Plant
What types of products are typically manufactured in a Cream Ointment Plant?
Cream Ointment Plants are highly demanding within various industrial applications to produce many different types of products, which include topical analgesics, lotions, skin creams, medical ointments, speciality creams, topical medicines, and more.
What are the main processes involved in the production of creams and ointments?
The production cycle of the Cream Ointment Plant involves the following steps:
The first step is to select the right ingredients that are required for the formulation of cream and ointment.
After materials are selected, they are weighed and then loaded into the processing chamber.
The machine is started to perform mixing and blending operations at variable speeds to ensure homogenous and uniform distribution of the ingredients.
Some raw ingredients require heating at the desired temperature to ensure efficient blending.
The materials are then combined with emulsification agents that are added to the chamber to easily mix oil and water-based ingredients.
Finally, when the mixture is prepared, it is discharged out of the processing chamber and then filled into the packages of desired shapes and sizes.
What safety standards do Cream Ointment Plants follow?
The common safety standards that should be followed for cream ointment plants are:
- Good Manufacturing Practices: To ensure quality and safety of various types of ingredients used for the production of pharmaceutical products to maintain the integrity of final products.
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration Regulations: Required to maintain safe working environment for the protection of workers from hazards in the workplace.
- Environmental Protection Regulations: Help to minimize the risk of damages to the environment by reducing release of toxic emissions.
- Cleanroom Standards: To maintain high cleanliness and prevent risk of cross-contamination.
What ingredients can be processed in cream Ointment Plants?
Cream ointment plants are known for versatility as these industrial units can be used to process various types of raw materials for the production of several pharmaceutical and cosmetic products. Some of the common ingredients that can be used to process within these industrial plants are:
Base materials: Common examples are beeswax, olive oil, lanolin, petroleum jelly, coconut oil, and more.
Emulsifiers: Emulsifying agents such as sorbitan stearate, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, and polysorbates.
Thickeners: Some of the most popular thickening agents are carbomers, methylcellulose, and stearic acid.
Preservatives: To prevent the growth of unwanted bacteria and fungus various preservatives are added to the raw materials. The common ones are parabens, phenoxyethanol, and benzalkonium chloride.
Humectants: Additives such as glycerin or propylene glycol can be added to the raw materials to retain desired moisture level.