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The concrete block making production line consists of four basic processes: mixing, molding, curing, and cubing. Some manufacturing plants produce only concrete blocks, while others may produce a wide variety of precast concrete products including blocks, flat paver stones, and decorative landscaping pieces such as lawn edging.
Concrete brick making machine is a machine specially used to manufacture various concrete blocks. It can be used to make blocks of various specifications and sizes by changing different molds, for example, concrete hollow blocks, paver blocks, solid blocks, interlocking bricks, and curbstones. Concrete block making machine is known for its high performance, efficiency, environmental protection, ease of use and durability. The machine is engineered to produce burning-free blocks of various sizes and shapes depending on your requirements. The finished products have high strength, good compactness, accurate appearance and size. Making bricks consists of four basic processes: mixing, molding, curing, and cubing. Some manufacturing plants produce only concrete blocks, while others may produce a wide variety of precast concrete products including blocks, flat paver stones, and decorative landscaping pieces such as lawn edging.
A hollow briks machine is a machine that produces hollow blocks using pressure and vibration to compress the concrete mortar into the molds and form the concrete blocks. The hollow block machine has different molds in the shape of concrete blocks and when the mortar is poured inside these molds, the machine uses vibration and hydraulic force to press the mortar into the molds. In this way, concrete hollow blocks are shaped.
Fly ash brick machine produces bricks made from fly ash residues produced when coal-like combustion generates electricity. These residues are then mixed with other ingredients such as sand/stone, cement, etc. These components are then compressed using a high-pressure hydraulic press, resulting in fly ash bricks. These fly ash brick making machines are very economical because of the increasing demand for fly ash bricks. The production of fly ash bricks consists of four basic processes: mixing, forming, curing and cubic.
A cement block machine is a machine that uses pressure and vibration to form cement products in its special molds. Below is the list of the most important products that this machine can produce: hollow concrete blocks in different sizes and shapes, curbstones in different shapes and sizes, paving blocks in different standard shapes with different thicknesses, asmolen blocks with standard sizes, roof gutters with different options, lawn stones, lego blocks.
Pave block making machine is generally used to make blocks and typical areas of use would be driveways, pavement, patios, town centers, precincts and more commonly road surfacing. The main benefit of paver blocks over other materials is that individual blocks can later be lifted up and replaced.
Interlocking block machines are the machines with single hoppers. These machines can produce hollow blocks, solid blocks, curbstones, and single-layer paving blocks. If you want to produce colored blocks you need to apply the color to the whole block.
A concrete mixer mixes cement, aggregates and water and produces concrete mechanically. There are various types of concrete mixers available which makes concrete production quick and economical. There are two broad types of concrete mixers: batch mixers and continuous mixers.
Batching machine is automatic batching equipment for the front desk used with the mixer. The concrete batching machine can automatically complete the batching procedure of 3-6 kinds of materials (secondary concrete) such as sand, stone, and cement according to the concrete ratio designed by the user.
Wet brick from molding or cutting machines contains 7 to 30 percent moisture, depending upon the forming method. Before the firing process begins, most of this water is evaporated in dryer chambers at temperatures ranging from about 100 ºF to 400 ºF (38 ºC to 204 ºC). The extent of drying time, which varies with different clays, usually is between 24 and 48 hours. Although heat may be generated specifically for dryer chambers, it is usually supplied from the exhaust heat of kilns to maximize thermal efficiency. In all cases, heat and humidity must be carefully regulated to avoid cracking in the brick.