The candle casting machine allows to produce relatively efficiently straight, waved and conical table candles, as well as communion candles, blessed or paschal candles and artistic candles. Depending on the type of candle produced and the desired capacity, the device is equipped with a dozen or several hundred sockets made of zinc, stainless steel or aluminium alloy.
The sockets are filled with properly prepared paraffin and then cooled with water (in a closed system) to accelerate the solidification of paraffin.
Machines are available in manual version - completely non-electric or with electric drive, which is used with devices with more sockets. With a smaller number of sockets, the finished candles are squeezed out of the forms by turning the handle, which lifts up the ejectors, pushing the candles out of the bushing. Those candles are provided to the so-called catchers that hold the product to complete hardening while centring the wick in the bushing. Cheaper machines with less sockets do not have catchers.
We also offer machines in a semi-stainless version for chemically active raw materials.
Machine for drawing candles - table, church
This machine is used for the production of drawn candles with a diameter of dozen to several dozen of millimetres. Production takes place by repeatedly dipping the frame on which the wicks are rolled. Each time a frame is immersed, another layer of paraffin is put on a wick. This machine has six vertically movable arms. They are assembled on a hexagonal wheel. Frames with rolled wicks are hung on those arms. These frames are submerged one by one, turning the wheel of the machine like in a carousel. Only one paraffin melter is used for production.
- frame winder;
- frame rack;
- saw for cutting candles;
- candle miller.