Industrial chewing gum machines are a major part of the chewing gum industry. They are used to produce large quantities of chewing gum at a rapid pace. These machines have many different types of functions, including cutting, shaping, and mixing the gum. They are also responsible for producing the flavorings and additives that are added to the chewing gum.
The chewing gum machinery is typically pneumatically powered. The machine mixes the sugar and flavorings together and then extrudes them through the die into small pieces that are approximately 1/8 inch wide by 2 inches long. These pieces are then chopped into smaller sizes by a chopper and then fed into a form feeder where they are wrapped in foil or plastic.
Chewing gum machines can generate a lot of heat and therefore need to be cooled down. The cooling system usually consists of a water jacket surrounding the machine that circulates the water through the machine. The water cools the metal parts of the machine and also flows over the hot runners which spin the chewing gum mixture.
There are many types of industrial chewing gum machinery that can cause injuries. Some of the most common types of injuries include lacerations, cuts, and abrasions. Injuries from chewing gum machinery can be serious and require professional medical attention. If you are injured by industrial chewing gum machinery, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible.
If you have been injured by chewing gum machinery, contact an attorney. An attorney can help you understand your legal rights and options.