In concrete mixing equipment, dry mixing plant and wet mixing plant are two common types. There are significant differences in their design and operating principles, which affect their range of use and efficiency. This paper will introduce the characteristics and differences of these two mixing stations in detail.
Dry concrete bathing plant
Dry mixing plant mainly through the dry process of concrete mixing, that is, aggregate, cement, additives and other raw materials are discharged in holding bin. The concrete is mixed in the concrete mixer tuck when transporting to the construction site. This mixing plant is usually composed of a number of independent mixing units, each unit has its own mixing host and control system.
Dry mixing plant features include:
High flexibility: Since each mixing unit works independently, production can be quickly adjusted as needed.
High efficiency and stability: Advanced mixing technology is used to ensure stable and efficient concrete quality.
Environmental protection and energy saving: Closed mixing system is adopted to reduce dust emission and noise pollution.
Wide range of application: suitable for concrete mixing projects with different needs.
Wet concrete mixing plant
Wet mixing plant is a equipment for mixing concrete through the wet process, that is, raw materials such as aggregate, cement, water and additives are mixed together to form concrete. This type of mixing plant usually has a large mixing capacity, which can meet the needs of large-scale concrete production.
Characteristics of wet mixing plant include:
Large production capacity: Thanks to the continuous mixing method, concrete can be produced quickly and in large quantities.
High uniformity: Through the precise proportion of raw materials and mixing time control, to ensure uniform quality of concrete.
High degree of automation: advanced control system is used to achieve automatic batching, mixing and conveying.
Suitable for specific needs: Suitable for production scenarios requiring a large amount of continuous concrete, such as highways, Bridges and other large engineering projects.
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