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Strenght properties block making machines

Block resistance. Cycle rate

The quality of the parts is more important every day. There are blocks that have to withstand loads exceeding 60 tons. A production faster less quality parts. We must strike a balance between hourly production and quality of the pieces. Here we can see from the photos, the resistance of the block to the output of the machine, where the cement has not made any effect. At the output of the machine depends only resistance aggregates and QUALITY MACHINE VIBRATION.


Strenght properties block making machinesThe cement acts in the drying zone giving more resistance to the block. The current trend is to move blocks compressions to 4 cm to 5 cm. With more compression, we can make faster filling. Filling of the mold is the most important part of the machine cycle. A good filling, balanced, give us quality and homogeneous block. NO we have to reduce the filling time, we need to reduce the time compression in the release, in the extraction.

  • The rotation and translation is simultaneous, to reduce the cycle time, achieving reductions between 15 and 20% of the standard finger car.
  • Manufactured aggregates with which you can manufacture slabs, fences and channels of different types and with different techniques for the creation of concrete.
  • The drying of the pieces can become as important as their manufacture, therefore, we believe that it is essential that you have a drying area for the concrete pieces in your factory
  • In this part, we will talk about the importance of humification after drying 24 hours before palletizing.
  • In this part, we offer the reasons why we believe you need a laboratory (forlab) from Rometa in your factory, advising them on what and how to do it
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