Industrial Washing Powder Formula

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To manufacture industrial washing powder on a large scale, you will need specialized equipment and access to raw materials in bulk. The following steps outline a general process for producing industrial laundry powder:

  1. Raw material procurement: Obtain the necessary raw materials in bulk quantities. These typically include surfactants, builders, fillers, enzymes, optical brighteners, and other additives. Ensure that the raw materials meet industry standards and comply with safety regulations.
  2. Weighing and measuring: Set up a weighing system to accurately measure the required quantities of each raw material. Use industrial-grade scales and measuring equipment for precision.
  3. Mixing and blending: Use a large-scale mixing machine or blender to combine the measured raw materials. The mixing process should be thorough to ensure uniform distribution of all ingredients.
  4. Grinding: If necessary, pass the blended mixture through a grinding or milling machine to achieve a finer particle size. This step helps improve solubility and dispersibility of the powder.
  5. Drying: Transfer the blended or ground mixture to a drying system. Industrial dryers, such as spray dryers or fluid bed dryers, are commonly used to remove moisture and create a dry powder. The specific drying method will depend on the characteristics of the formulation.
  6. Sieving and grading: After drying, the powder may undergo sieving or screening to remove any oversized particles or impurities. This process ensures a consistent particle size distribution and enhances product quality.
  7. Packaging: Once the powder has been sieved and graded, it is ready for packaging. Use packaging equipment capable of handling bulk quantities. Common packaging options for industrial washing powder include large sacks, bags, or drums. Ensure the packaging materials are durable and can effectively protect the powder during transportation and storage.
  8. Quality control: Implement a stringent quality control process to check the final product for adherence to specifications and standards. Perform tests for characteristics such as pH, moisture content, particle size, detergency, and stability. Make adjustments as necessary to meet the desired quality criteria.
  9. Storage and distribution: Store the packaged industrial washing powder in a dry and well-ventilated area, away from direct sunlight and moisture. Maintain appropriate inventory management systems to ensure timely distribution and prevent stockouts.

It’s important to note that manufacturing industrial washing powder involves compliance with safety regulations, adherence to environmental standards, and potentially acquiring necessary licenses and permits. If you’re considering industrial-scale production, it is advisable to consult CFS experts in the detergent manufacturing industry and follow CFS industry-specific guidelines and regulations.