Concrete Paver Block Making Machine
Concrete paver blocks are formed direclty on the pallets through twin motors driving which gives high vibration force, can produce any kinds of blocks, pavers, slabs, curbs and interlocking types ect.
1) Using high special steel and advanced heat treatment to ensure a long lifespan
2) Intelligent PLC control system lead to easy operation and remote control
3) Advanced well-known brand components are adopted in pneumatic parts, electric and operation part.(Siemens motor, Omron PLC, Schneider Contactor,Autonic Sensor)
4) Wide raw material used: according to local conditions, customers can use raw material like sandstone, phosophogypsum, fly ash, aggregate chips,ceramic tile,slag,EPS pellet, building rubbish ect.
Product size (mm)
We are able to design and manufacture thousands types of mould for any special requirement:
1.Which machine is most suitable for my project?
You should make sure how much work space you have to produce and store blocks, how many blocks you want to produce in a day, what your initial budget for this machine.
2.Can I use just one machine to make every type of blocks?
Yes,Our block making machine is designed to meet the mass production of various kinds of concrete masonry blocks like brick, blocks, pavers, slabs, curbs, interlocking types etc by just changing the mould. all you need to do is remove one type mould and replace with another, which cost at half hour for changing time.
3.what raw materials are required to produce blocks?
Cement, sand, aggregate Fine and coarse aggregates make up the bulk of a concrete mixture. The max diameter should require within 10mm.
4.Can I get installation for this machine?
We will arrange our engineer to your factory to guide installation and training,the customer will be responsible for all wages and expense of engineer.
5.How about warranty?
we promise 18 months guarantee for date of purchase, and agrees to repair or replace any defective part without charge,This warranty does not cover in cases of improper user, incorrect handling, insufficient maintenance, act of third parties, unauthorized service or modifications to the machine, damage resulting from accident, abuse, lack of reasonable care, normal wear or the addition of any other equipment not provided with product