How to make stainless steel scrubber?

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We need cleaning appliances for kitchen cleaning. In particular, steel balls and sponges are the most widely used, How to make stainless steel scrubber?


  1. Stainless steel wire 410 grade 0.7mm -0.13mm-0.12mm-0.09mm
  2. Stainless steel scrubber-making machine
  3. Air compressor
  4. Scissors or wire cutters
  5. Safety gloves

To produce steel wire balls starting from a wire diameter of 0.7mm, a combined wire drawing and ball production machine would be required. The machine’s rear portion is responsible for reducing the wire diameter from 0.7mm to 0.13mm through the wire drawing process.

Here’s a step-by-step overview of the process:

  1. Wire Drawing: The machine’s wire drawing section takes the 0.7mm diameter steel wire as input. This section typically consists of a series of dies or rollers that gradually reduce the wire diameter through drawing. The wire is passed through these dies or rollers multiple times, each time decreasing the diameter until it reaches the desired 0.13mm diameter.
  2. Ball Forming: Once the wire has been drawn down to 0.13mm diameter, it is fed into the ball-forming section of the machine. This section uses rotating spindles or rollers to shape the thin wire into spherical balls. The wire is continuously rotated and wound around itself to create a compact ball shape.
  3. Ball Compacting: Some machines may include additional mechanisms or rollers that compact the wire balls further, increasing their density and strength. This step ensures a more solid and tightly packed wire ball.
  4. Ball Trimming: After the wire balls are formed and compacted, excess wire lengths may protrude from the surface. Trimming mechanisms or cutters are used to remove these excess wire lengths, ensuring a smooth and uniform surface.
  5. Quality Control: The finished steel wire balls undergo quality control checks, including visual inspection for defects or irregularities, as well as testing for strength and durability.
  6. Packaging: Finally, the completed steel wire balls are packaged according to the desired quantity and packaging requirements.

It’s important to note that the specific machine used for this process may have variations in the working mechanisms and features, as per the manufacturer’s design. The wire drawing and ball production machine you would need should be capable of handling the specific wire diameter reduction from 0.7mm to 0.13mm and seamlessly transition between wire drawing and ball forming processes.

What machines are needed to produce stainless steel scrubber pads?

  • Wire Drawing Machine: A wire drawing machine is used to reduce the diameter of the stainless steel wire. This machine consists of a series of dies or rollers that gradually pull the wire through, reducing its diameter to the desired thickness.
  • Scrubber Pad Forming Machine: This machine is specifically designed for producing scrubber pads. It typically consists of a rotating drum or cylinder with pins or hooks where the cut stainless steel wire lengths are inserted. As the drum rotates, the wire lengths are intertwined, forming the scrubber pad. The machine may also have mechanisms to compress and shape the pad.
  • Packaging Equipment: Once the scrubber pads are manufactured and checked for quality, packaging equipment is used to package the pads in the desired quantities and formats. This can include machines for bagging, sealing, or boxing the scrubber pads.

What to do when the scrubber machine is not working?

When a stainless steel scrubbers machine is not working, there are several steps you can take to troubleshoot and resolve the issue. Here are some suggestions:

  1. Check the power supply: Ensure that the machine is properly plugged into a functional power outlet. Verify that there are no loose connections or tripped circuit breakers.
  2. Inspect the control settings: Make sure that all the switches, buttons, and dials are set correctly. Double-check the user manual for the correct settings and operational instructions.
  3. Examine the water supply: Ensure that the machine has an adequate water supply. Check the water inlet valve, hoses, and connections for any blockages or leaks. Verify that the water pressure is sufficient.
  4. Clean the scrubber components: Over time, the scrubber’s components, such as brushes or pads, may accumulate dirt, debris, or tangled fibers, leading to reduced performance. Clean or replace these components as needed.
  5. Clear any blockages: Inspect the machine’s suction or drainage areas for any blockages. Remove any clogs or obstructions that may hinder the machine’s operation.
  6. Reset the machine: Some machines may have a reset button or function. Try resetting the machine to its default settings to see if that resolves the issue.
  7. Contact technical support: If you have tried the above steps and the machine still doesn’t work, reach out to the manufacturer’s technical support or customer service. They can provide specific troubleshooting steps or arrange for repairs if necessary.

Remember to always follow the safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer when troubleshooting or attempting any repairs on the machine.

What are the vulnerable parts of the stainless steel scrubber-making machine?

In a stainless steel scrubber-making machine, there are several vulnerable parts that may require attention or maintenance. These parts can vary depending on the specific design and model of the machine, but here are some commonly vulnerable components:

  1. Blades or cutters: The machine may have blades or cutters responsible for cutting or shaping the stainless steel scrubber wires. These parts can become dull or damaged over time and may require sharpening or replacement.
  2. Bearings: Bearings are used in various moving parts of the machine, such as shafts or rollers, to reduce friction. Due to continuous usage, they can wear out or become misaligned, leading to reduced efficiency or increased noise. Regular lubrication and periodic inspection are necessary to ensure their proper functioning.
  3. Electrical components: The electrical system of the machine, including switches, relays, motors, and wiring, can be vulnerable to wear, loose connections, or electrical failures. Regular inspection, cleaning, and addressing any signs of damage are important to prevent malfunctions or electrical hazards.
  4. Belts and pulleys: Many machines use belts and pulleys to transfer power and drive various components. These parts can deteriorate over time, stretch, or become misaligned. Regular inspection, tension adjustment, and replacement if necessary are essential to maintain optimal performance.
  5. Sensors and controls: Modern scrubber-making machines often include sensors and control systems for automation and safety purposes. These components, such as proximity sensors or temperature controllers, can be vulnerable to environmental factors, electrical faults, or mechanical stress. Regular calibration, cleaning, and checking for proper operation are recommended.
  6. Hoppers and chutes: These are the components where raw materials or finished scrubbers are fed or collected. They can be susceptible to wear, corrosion, or material buildup, affecting the flow of materials. Regular cleaning, lubrication, and inspection are necessary to prevent blockages or uneven feeding.

Remember that the specific vulnerable parts may vary depending on the machine’s design and manufacturer. It is advisable to refer to the machine’s user manual or consult with the manufacturer for a comprehensive list of vulnerable parts and recommended maintenance procedures.

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