Why Can't Hot Air Stenter Be Processed At High Temperature


   With the emergence of machinery and equipment, the faster the economy will improve, and it will also have a certain impact on the development of the industry. Now, most of the products are processed by machinery and equipment, and the speed and quality can be guaranteed. Moreover, in this fast-developing society, The use of mechanical processing has become a trend.

  1. Some current machinery will still have problems if you don’t pay attention to it during operation. For example, hot air stenter exhaust gas purification will also have different safety problems. It may be because the filter is not cleaned well or the grease is formed in the pipe. There will be an impact. If the hot air stenter is too hot, it will also cause a fire or an explosion. Therefore, these hot air stenters will still have high humidity, and the moisture will be on the high-voltage insulators. Condensation causes the electrostatic field to fail due to the phenomenon of "creepage" and also affects the normal operation of the equipment.

  2. During the operation of hot air stenter, when processing flammable textiles under high-temperature conditions, there will be fire problems, so these details should not be ignored, and safety work should be done!

  3. The hot air stenter waste gas contains a large number of flammable oil mist particles and fiber particles, which are easy to deposit in the conveying pipeline and purification equipment and block the airflow. When using electrostatic dust removal technology to purify exhaust gas, soot particles are deposited on the electrode to become grease. Most of the reason is that the phenomenon of "sparking" is caused by the uneven electrostatic field, which will cause a fire.

  4. Irregular production and installation of hot air stenter equipment, untimely maintenance, lack of strict training of operators, insufficient safety awareness, and failure to implement enterprise operation and management responsibilities, etc., all affect the operation effect of exhaust gas treatment equipment.