Manufacturing Business

5 Manufacturing Machines to start your Manufacturing Business

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Are you looking to start your own Manufacturing Business? But confused. Don’t worry. You are at the right place.

There are so many New businesses Ideas to start your own business. The different business has different requirements. There are various types of businesses like Trading, Import-Export, Retailing, Manufacturing, etc.

Starting the manufacturing of a product is the best choice for small to medium scale businesses. You have to survey your local market and product which is always in demand to start your manufacturing business.

The choice of business is depending on your location. You have to survey which product has the highest demand in the market, which product sells quickly, raw material availability, labour, machinery, etc.

Here we provide information about 5 Best Manufacturing machines to start your manufacturing Businesses.

1. Blow Moulding Machine

The Blow Moulding Process is used to manufacture various plastic products. There are various products that can make with a single machine by changing the moulds.

In the blow moulding process, the raw materials of HDPE pallets or beads are feed into the hopper. For colour, the masterbatch is added. Then the raw material enters into the barrel. The heat and pressure of screw and barrel, the raw material converts into gooey form. Then the melted material enters into the mould and inflates with the air pressure according to shape of the mould. After a cool down and finishing the product is ready.

With the blow moulding process, the bottles of various shape and size can be made. Also, the complicated parts can be made with the blow moulding machine.

Now the question is which products can be made with a blow moulding machine? With the machine, the bottles like 50 ml, 200 ml, 500 ml, 1 L, 2 L, 3 L, 5 L can be made. These bottles are used in various industries like Food Processing, Agriculture Plastic Bottles, Pharmaceutical Plastic Bottles, Lubricant Oil Plastic Containers and FMCG (Fast-Moving Consumer Goods).

Also, with this machine, by changing the mould, you can also make the toys like a bat, ball, stumps, etc.

2. PVC Pipe Making Machine

The infrastructure growth rate in India is continuous increasing. The PVC Pipes plays an important role in this growth as it is widely used for multiple purposes. The PVC Pipes are used in the village for irrigation in the farm to water supply in the metro cities. These PVC Pipes are extremely safe to transport various liquids from water to chemicals. The PVC Pipes are non-corrosive and have a high strength to bear the pressure of the liquid. The PVC pipes not only use for liquid transport but for also as electric conduits in the construction industry.

For PVC Pipes Manufacturing the PVC Pipe Making Machine is required. Along with machine vacuum sizing unit, haul-off unit, cutting machine, screw barrel and the cooling tank is required. When PVC Pipe extruded from the machine the traction unit maintain the shape of the Pipe. There are various additional materials added with the raw material like plasticizers, lubricants, stabilizers and fillers.

With the single PVC Pipe Making Machine, there are various sizes of pipes can be made by changing the dies and mandrels.

After manufacturing of pipe, the weighing is required to ensure quality and consistency. There also requires chemical testing equipment for testing chemical balance and other parameters of the Pipe.

3. Concrete Block Making Machine

The next is Concrete Block Making Machine. As we know the red brick is ban in the many Indian States. So, what is the option of it? The Concrete Brick or Block.

For making concrete brick or block the Concrete Block Making Machine is required. With the machine the separate silos to store sand, cement, gravel and weighing batcher. The concrete brick or block making machine make 3600 to 10800 bricks per hour. This is varied with the shape and size of the brick or block. The Concrete Block Making machine capable of making concrete brick, block, paver, etc.

The making of the block is started with the mixing of sand, gravel and cement. All the dry materials first weigh and enter into the mixer. All the dry materials blended for a few minutes. Then the water is added into the mixer and send to the hopper. Next process is moulding. In the moulding, the concrete is poured into moulds. The capacity of moulding blocks at a single time depends on the machine. After filling the blocks are pressed with a hydraulic press.

Next stage is curing. There are mainly two types of curing is used low pressure and high-pressure steam kiln. The blocks leave for three hours at room temperature. Then steam is introduced to increasing the hardening. Curing process completes in 24 hours.

The final process is cubing. The concrete blocks or bricks are passes through cuber which aligns it and stacked them for transport.

You can easily start this business as there are subsidy is available in many states of India.

4. Mask Making Machine

As we all know we have to wear mask compulsory in public places. There are various types of masks which are wear according to applications. The types of masks are like KN95, surgical mask, respiratory mask, cloth mask, etc. All these masks are used for various purposes.

Many mask types are disposable so the demand for a mask is increasing as it cannot reusable. Every mask is made in a different way. But as of now, people are preferring KN95 or N95  than other masks. The N95 mask is made of layers of non-woven material. After that, it is cut in the shape of the mask. Then the elastic straps are attached with the ultrasonic sewing. The strap is attached on the mask for better fittings at the nose. After that the mask is ready.

5. Injection Moulding Machine

The injection moulding process is different from blow moulding. In the blow moulding, the mould is hollow and plastic is inflated. In the injection moulding, there is flat surface mould and raw material spreads into it.

First, the mould is designed according to the product. First, the thermoplastic or thermostat material is fed to the hopper in the granular form. After that, the material enters into the heating barrel. Then the material is heated and melted material reaches to the mould cavity with the pressure of screw. After the filling of mould with melted material, the screw applies pressure until the material cools down. After cooling down the screw get back to its position and mould is opened and ready part is ejected. The injection moulding process is repeated again and again and used to make some parts in large quantity in minimum time.

Which parts can be made with injection moulding? The parts like water bottles, containers, toys, automotive body parts, etc.