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|Concrete Block Making Machine by queenmachinery: 1:48am On Mar 14, 2012|
There are two basic types of concrete block making machine, depending on the
method of moulding the blocks:
• Stationary concrete block making machine that mould blocks, one or more at
a time, on pallets.
• “Egg-layer” concrete block making machine that mould blocks on a concrete
Some advantages and disadvantages of stationary and “egg-layer” concrete block making machine are given as below:
Stationary concrete block making machine
A relatively small space is needed for production. Block machine can be under cover. Pallets are necessary. For most systems, enough pallets for a day’s production are needed. Pallets are therefore an expensive item initially. They also involve ongoing expense as damaged (or stolen) pallets have to be replaced. (Some hand operated machines for making bricks need only a few pallets because bricks are removed from the pallet directly after moulding.)
“egg-layer” concrete block making machine
A fairly large slab is needed for production of blocks. The slab is expensive and increases the size of the site necessary for a blockyard.
Pallets are not necessary.
For both types, equipment available includes small handoperated devices, which have limited output, and a range of electrically powered machines of high output. Detailed information on the output and price of specific concrete block making machine should be obtained from Queen Machinery.
For more information, please visit: http://www.queenbrick.com/blog/concrete-block-making-machine
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