Equipment for the production of brick and sawdust: pros and cons of

Of course, today the most popular building material in the construction of houses is considered brick.   For its manufacture, a variety of equipment for the production of bricks can be used, where many different technologies are based on. However, the most common and profitable among them is precisely hyperpress.

This is primarily due to the fact that this device presses the starting raw materials (in this case, the affordable limestone acts as such) under very large pressure, thereby welding it among themselves and making it extremely dense. Moreover, the whole process occurs with the addition of a slight amount of expensive cement.

The brick made by this method takes the place between natural stone and the best facing brick. He can have all kinds of configurations, shades and texture. What you cannot achieve when using other techniques for the production of brick, say, casting or firing.

One way or another, a number of obvious advantages are inherent in equipment for the production of brick:

The shortest cost payback periods

Compactness of production. First of all, this is manifested that immediately after the formation, the resulting brick can be laid on a tray in several rows

The process does not require the creation of any additional systems of treatment facilities and special foundations, or may be deployed on an existing area under minimal conditions

At the exit, the brick is uniform and one and a half. In this case, there is an opportunity to independently regulate its thickness.

Environmentally friendly warmth

So, having erected a strong and reliable “fortress”, it’s time to take care of its heating. And for this there is nothing better than using an environmentally friendly and practically non -waste type of biofuel – granular sawdust – for which you do not even have to convert old Kotelniki. This will help you with the equipment for grabbing sawdust.

Opel granulation equipment is a fully automated line, which covers the production of granules from the stage of loading and preparing raw materials (if necessary and grinding it) to the stage of transportation of finished products.

The main node of such a design is a press, along with which there are also systems of drying the source material and final products, tape transporters, as well as packaging devices. The granules are made by pressing sawdust without adding any binding substances-all fractions have approximately the same weight and size.

But, despite all this, the mechanism is characterized by ease of operation, without requiring special knowledge and skills.