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Three Feeding Sequences of Concrete Mixer

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1) Feeding sequence should improve the mixing quality, reduce the wear of the blade, liner, reduce concrete mixer mixing tube bonding diesel concrete mixers for sale, reducing cement flying, to improve the working environment and improve the strength of concrete saving cement and other aspects into account to determine. Commonly used methods are once feeding method and twice feeding method.

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2) Once feeding method is putting stones first in the hopper, coupled with the cement and sand, and then once put into the mixing tube stirring.

To free-fall concrete mixer, first add some water to stirring barrel, feeding sand suppress the cement to ensure the cement is not flying. Cement and sand put into mixing tube to form cement mortar, which can shorten the time of the cement wrapping stones.

Compulsory concrete mixer discharge opening is in the lower part concrete batching mixing plant price, don’t add water first. While putting into the raw material, slowly adding water uniformly dispersed.

3) Twice feeding method is first put into the water and cement mixer (and sand), let it stir 1min small concrete mixer, continue stirring until the specified time and then put into the gravel and sand. This feeding method can improve the performance of concrete to improve the strength of concrete, save cement under the premise of the guaranteed concrete strength.


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