Raw material screening and processing system in the production process of aerated brick equipment products


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As we all know, a building needs a solid foundation to be stable. Similarly, if you want to produce gas-filled bricks that meet all the requirements in all aspects, then the raw material processing part is absolutely the top priority. The raw material proportioning and screening processing system is the first process in the entire production line, and to do this well, it is necessary to strictly screen the amount of each raw material according to a certain ratio. The raw material screening and processing system solves various problems caused by uneven mixing of raw materials during the production of aerated bricks in existing processes.


In the production line of aerated bricks, there are many kinds of raw materials, including lime, tailings, sand, fly ash produced by power plants, gas generant, cement, bubble stabilizer and various regulators, which can be used as the main raw materials in the production of aerated bricks. These raw materials are ground, proportionally screened, metered and blended, and then fed into the mixing system through the blending building, hopper and automatic blending system for uniform mixing. After that, they are subjected to static maintenance, foaming, molding, cutting and then put into the kettle. Finally, it is out of the kettle and becomes a finished brick.


Today, SUMU Automation introduces the raw material screening and processing system, which plays an important role in the production process of aerated brick equipment and determines the yield of the finished product. In the raw material screening system, the outer fixed ring and the screening rod form a screening cylinder. When the screening cylinder rotates, small pieces of material fall directly through the gaps between adjacent screening rods into the mixing chamber below. Large pieces of material are crushed and impacted, becoming small pieces that fall into the mixing chamber below, while some large pieces exit through the discharge port. This can ensure that the particle size of the material falling into the lower mixing chamber is within the specified ratio quality requirements, resulting in uniform mixing of the material and helping to ensure the quality of the aerated brick. The quality and output of aerated bricks have increased, and naturally, the profit ratio of customers has also increased.

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