Do you want to know how a concrete block is made?
We tell you in this article. But first we want to start by explaining this concept. For what we go to Wikipedia:
A concrete block is a precast masonry, made from fine concrete or cement mortar, used in the construction of walls and walls. The blocks are prismatic in shape, with standard dimensions, and are usually essentially hollow. Its usual dimensions in centimeters are 10x20x40, 20x20x40, 22.5x20x50. 5 × 5 × 5.
Of course, first of all it should be noted that to manufacture a cement block, we will have to distinguish its purposes. In other words, it will not be the same to make a load-bearing or structural block (it will support loads for construction) as a self-supporting one (uses in partition walls and interior divisions).
Knowledge and machinery necessary to manufacture cement blocks
In order to manufacture concrete blocks, it is necessary to combine product knowledge with state-of-the-art machinery. Something we can boast about in Philippines.
Thus, on the one hand, it is very important to know how to differentiate the types of cement blocks and the quality of each one. Based on its density and resistance, also take into account the use to be made of the final product. All this, seeking to reduce manufacturing costs, so that production is as profitable as possible.
And, on the opposite side, we have the brick block machinery, high technology and with the latest advances, a suitable concrete machinery that allows us to produce high quality blocks.
Concrete blocks machine in philippines
At philippines we have the latest technology for the manufacture of Concrete blocks machine. We have high production block machines and automatic block machines that adapt to the needs of each project.
In addition, we present a wide variety of machinery for special finishing of concrete blocks. Our range of machinery for the treatment of precast surfaces and for special finishing includes blasting machines, aging machines for finishing paving stones, shot blasting and bush hammering machines, color dosing systems, ColorMix systems for the effect of color gradient, etc.