A canister filled with pressurized air or nitrogen, aluminum can isobaric filler, or FAN is used in many types of industrial baking processes. An aluminum can isobaric filler, also known as a ‘gas can’, or FAN is a steel cup in which the liquid nitrogen is poured. This type of canister is also called a ‘feed line canister’ or an ‘insulated canister’. It is most commonly used in high-temperature situations such as making rocket fuel at NASA’s Michoud Aerospace Center in New Mexico.
The process of using nitrogen to create high pressure can be used in many manufacturing applications. When solid particles of iron or aluminum are put in a can, they can be spun around in a mold to form metal objects. This manufacturing process is called roll forming and the canisters are often cooled by dipping them into water. The metal grains will then fall out of the can because the liquid nitrogen has locked the grain together. Aluminum can fan have a higher pressure feed rate than other types of canisters because they do not require a cooling line.
The canister design that is used for the FAN is very effective because it can produce larger quantities of uniform products. In addition, the canister does not need a cooling compartment like the other types of canisters. The special aluminum can isobaric filling machine will use small and precise mixing chambers to mix the liquid nitrogen with the baking soda. The canister is very useful because it uses a variety of technologies to increase efficiency. It will also increase output rates and help to prevent wastage.