Nowadays, we can’t even imagine our lives without toothpaste. In general, they consist of abrasives, binding components, surfactants, aromatics, and antiseptics. Often, such chemical elements known as ‘propyl p-hydroxybenzoate‘ are used as an antiseptic. Additionally, pastes may contain various medical and preventive additives such as chlorophyllin sodium, provitamins and vitamins, herbal infusions, salts, microcomponents, and enzymes.
The following details the toothpaste production process. At the first stage, sodium carboxymethylcellulose solution is prepared: first it is soaked for 24 hours. Then, such components as glycerin, perfume oil, and chalk are added to the mixture that is constantly blended. At the final stage, the resulting mixture is supplied to a special homogeniser with a colloid mill. It is the colloid mill that gives the toothpaste plastic like qualities. Then, a special automatic machine fills and seals the tubes with paste which are then placed in boxes for shipment and sale.
As we can see, one of the most important stages of toothpaste production is giving it plastic properties since these qualities are of great importance. GlоbeCоre has developed and is still producing colloid mills to obtain high-stable solutions, superfine suspensions, mixtures, emulsions, and toothpastes. The GlobeCore colloid mills may be mounted into the existing equipment since the gap between a rotor and a stator is adjustable. GlоbeCоre equipment has been recognized as an industry leader in more than 70 countries around the world.