Vacuum Dispenser Homogenizer Mixer Toothpaste Making Machine

One of the essential creams that people use regularly is toothpaste. It keeps our teeth healthy and clean. The health of our teeth depends on it significantly. Have you ever wondered how toothpaste is made? We’ll try to satisfy your curiosity in this article. The whole process of making toothpaste is automated. Machines handle every aspect of making toothpaste. The manufacturing of toothpaste comprises several machines. But the Toothpaste Mixer Making Machine is fundamental.

Lianhe specializes in cosmetic, chemical, and pharmacy production lines. We manufacture and supply machinery for turnkey projects for our customers worldwide. One of our featured machines is the Vacuum Dispenser Homogenizer Mixer Toothpaste Making Machine.

Machine Composition

It is specifically developed to adopt advanced technology from overseas in the manufacturing of cosmetics and ointments. The vacuum dispenser homogenizing mixer machine comprises the homogenizing pot, water, and oil pots, wall scraping double stirring, hydraulic tilting system, vacuum system, electric heating or steam heating temperature control system, electrical button control, SUS stairs, and cover accessories. Machines all contact components are composed of SUS316L.

How does it work?

The outer anchor agitator gently revolves clockwise during mixing. The materials are scraped off the wall of the mixing tank and are propelled upward with the help of the connected blades so they won’t always stick to the wall and burn up. The cream is forced downhill into the high-speed homogenizing and emulsifying zone at the same time as the two fixed impellers remain stationary, provide the materials with a counterforce, and remain stationary. The cream boosts the mixing action by passing through the paddles’ perforations. The cream continually rolls over the vessel from top to bottom and back to top as a result of the two opposing forces created by the wall scraper and fixed impellers. The heat from the jacket immediately spreads throughout the entire cream after it has been well blended.

The rotor-stator homogenizer is the heart of the vacuum homogenizing machine.

Using flanges, the rotor is directly attached to the homogenizing motor. The rotor is driven to revolve at a fast speed, providing a powerful suction force, by the 3600 rpm ABB or Siemens motor.

Through the shear gap between the rotor and stator, the materials are sliced, sheared, emulsified, and homogenized as they reach the rotor through the top entrance of the homogenizer. They are then propelled faster along the pipeline along the tangent of the rotor.


The cream flows via the exterior circulation pipe and is re-emulsified and homogenized in the mixing tank by gentle mixing. The two slow and high forces mentioned above keep repeating. The cream is thoroughly mixed, dispersed, emulsified, and homogenized as it moves through the pipeline. The vacuum pump has the strength to remove bubbles generated when mixing, dispersing, and homogenizing.


Mixer-making machines are used for a wide range of applications. They are commonly used in industries of viscous fluids, cosmetics, medicine, food, etc. It is used in the manufacturing of toothpaste, face cream, hair dyeing cream, ointment, sunscreens, makeup, skincare, wax, mayonnaise, and ketchup.

Why choose us?

LIANHE machinery is a scientific enterprise. We have complete machining equipment, perfect technological flow, powerful technology ability, excellent product development, and design ability as well as rich production experience.


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