Piston cylinder filling machine for thick and half thick fl

Behafarin Machinery Company is manufacturer of Piston cylinder filling machine for thick and half thick liquids.
The piston cylinder filling system is linear and rotary. The amount of fluid volume is defined by the amount of intake of the cylinder in the piston. The method of moving cylinder arms is controlled by the gear to the gearbox or wing screw to the servo motor. This machine can be designed from one cylinder to ten cylinders at the customer’s request and according to the required capacity and efficiency. Usually, the piston cylinder system is used to fill the thick and half-thick fluids; of course, if the liquid is not frothing, the piston cylinder can also be used while filling. The volume of the pistons of this device is designed and built according to the volume of the container. For improved performance, the cylinders should be
completely polished with magnetism. Using suitable packing according to fluid types helps greatly to the accuracy and durability of the cylinder and piston.
Technical Specifications of This Machine

  • Chassis made of iron cans or steel
  • Coated steel cover 304
  • 100 to 300 liter steel tank 304
  • With a three-meter steel conveyor with an inverter to adjust the engine speed
  • Rig and pneumatic nozzles
  • Electrical panel made of steel or iron and furnace coated with PLC
  • Cylinder suction system, gearbox or servo motor
    The piston cylinder filling machine is suitable for high viscosity liquids. In a simple definition liquids that are resistant to leakage and viscosity. Materials such as mayonnaise, grease, industrial and edible oils, honey, jam, salt, wax, cream, types of pasty materials and thick chemical oils are examples of highly viscous liquids. For packaging them it is necessary to use cylindrical liquid filler. Filling these liquids is really sensitivity because the amount of wrong settings or even wrong design in the filling mechanism causes unacceptable errors.
    Tips on volumetric mass and density of silts
    Volumetric mass density or density is mass per unit volume and here it is shown by P. Its standard unit in physics and engineering sciences is kg / m3 and in chemistry gr / cm3.
    English name: mass density or abbreviation density
    P=m/v

The specific weight is the weight per unit volume of a material. The symbol of specific weight is γ (the Greek letter Gamma) and its unit is N / m3.
English name: Specific Weight
Specific gravity =pg=W/V


The relative density (density) is a non-dimensional number (without unit) and is defined as: the ratio of the density (mass of a unit volume) of a substance to the density of a given reference material. Specific gravity usually means relative density with respect to water. It is defined as a ratio of density of particular substance with that of water. The density is often thought to be a dimensionless ratio. In fact, it should be considered as the density of the two substances in which, one object is A, and the other is the base. The base for liquids and solids is usually considered water.
English name: Relative Density
Note: pay attention to the difference between volumetric mass and density.
Special volume is unlike density, for example, cm3/kg or ft3/lb. In thermodynamics, the specific volume of a substance is the total volume (V) of that material divided by the total mass (m) of that material (Volume per unit mass), in other words, the special volume is the volume that the unit mass of the substance occupies.
Specific weight for fluids
The specific weight is the weight per unit volume of a material. The symbol of specific weight is γ. The formula for determining the specific weight of a substance is:
Y=p/g
Y is specific gravity; ρ is density and g is gravitational acceleration. It should be difference between special weight and density. The density is the ratio of mass of a material to its volume. The density of the material is independent of gravitational acceleration while according to the above formula, the specific weight of a material is affected by the acceleration of gravity; therefore, the specific weight of a material on the surface of earth and the surface of the moon will be different.
Specific weight for some liquids
Material Specific gravity based on kilogram per cubic meter
Water 1100
Sludge 800
Ether 800
Alcohol 700
Petroleum 800
Gasoline 1250
Glycerin 1000
Oil 1000
Engine oil 800
LED oil 800
Sulfuric acid 1600
Nitric acid 1500
Chloride acid 1200
Bitumen coal 1200
Milk 1000
Vegetable oil 1000
Volume of liquids:
Centiliter = 10 ml
Deciliter = 10 centiliters = 100 ml
Liter = 10 dl = 100 centiliters = 1000 ml
Dekaliter = 10 liters = 100 dl
Hectoliter = 10 dekaliters = 100 liters
Kiloliter = 10 hl = 1000 liters
A barrel = 919/4 hectoliters
One liter is equivalent to one kilogram of pure water in standard condition. This volume is approximately 1000 cubic centimeters or one cubic meter.
Cubic meter = 10 hectoliters = 1000 liters
Please contact Behafarin engineers for consultation.