Do you need a high production machine to make concrete blocks?
If so, then the Universal is your best choice. This is a model of automatic concrete block making machines that are highly reliable, provide maximum production and include synchronized unidirectional vibration with minimum maintenance requirements.
In addition, this concrete block machine includes a 10-level elevator and a double tray that performs concrete block vertical movement. It also has an automatic palletizer with a pallet magazine and roller conveyors. The dosing system uses different methods to automatically calculate the correct mixtures of water, cement, sand and gravel in order to create concrete blocks in a totally automatic fashion.
Have a look at the following video to see part of the operation process:
The Universal concrete block making machine: maximum hourly output
The Universal provides maximum hourly production: 1500 concrete blocks (20 x 20 x 40) and handles 1600 trays in an eight-hour working day.
It can also create 10 m³ of concrete every 60 minutes. So this is the ideal machine for you if you require fast output.
Another outstanding feature of this concrete block making machine is its synchronized unidirectional vibration system which is powered by a single motor (patented). Moreover, it provides continual oil bath lubrication which reduces maintenance to a minimum and this also greatly reduces investment costs.
The vibration parameters are adjustable; it has a 30 HP piston-pump hydraulic unit with flow control.
Lastly, the palletizer is automatic and electronically controlled which makes this concrete blockmaking machine an electromechanical device.
Other features of the Universal concrete block machine
We would also like to highlight:
- It includes a Multiforca Forklift with an electric ten-level elevator with functions for total automatic programming.
- It requires a total surface of 3,800 square meters and a total installed power of 88.9 kW/118.5 HP.
- It takes two trays at a time and has controlled elevation and loweration.