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The layout principle of concrete mixer mixing blades

Writer:Admin   Time:18/11/29

     Concrete mixer is one of the most popular products in our factory. It can be used alone and often as the main machine of concrete mixing station.

    This mixing system is to mix Well-measured gravel raw materials such as gravel, cement, water, and admixtures in a mixer, to form the final concrete with specified strength . Because the mixing ratio of the concrete is designed to fill the gap between the fine aggregate and the coarse aggregate. and the cement colloid is evenly distributed on the surface of the coarse and fine aggregate. Therefore, the most compact concrete can be obtained by mixing materials evenly.

    The system is to mix the raw materials such as sand, cement, water, admixture and other raw materials in the mixer evenly, forming the finished concrete that reaches the specified strength. Because the design of concrete mixture ratio is just to fill the gap of coarse aggregate according to the fine aggregate, and the cement colloid is evenly distributed on the surface of coarse and fine aggregate, so only by mixing the mixture evenly can we get the most dense concrete in concrete batching plant.

    JS twin shaft concrete mixer ,the material is driven by the mixing blades and forms a large cycle in the cylinder, between the two shafts, the mixing blades on the left shaft pile the material to the right, and the blades on the right side will pile the material to the left. A small circulation of material between two shafts. The material accumulation between the two shafts is high, and the material rolling down along the slope, and participates in the circulation of the materials. Thus, the mixing motion of the mixer is very intense, high-qualified concrete can be mixed in a very short time.
    The layout principle of mixing blades:
    1.Make the material flow reasonably in the mixer cylinder, and mix the material into the homogeneous concrete in the short batching time.
    2.During the rotation of the mixing shaft, try to make the number of mixing blades involved in the mixing, so as to achieve mixing uniformly and reducing impact.
    3.Make the material evenly distributed in the mixing cylinder, do not accumulate in local sections of the cylinder, avoid damage to individual blades and mixing arms due to overload.