Structural Design Features Analysis of JS Concrete Mixer

By dwkelly ~ May 24th, 2016 @ 8:48 am

IMG_20150703_103120Structural Design Features Analysis of JS Concrete Mixer

Before you purchasing one set of twin shaft concrete mixer, you should have a good knowledge abut the structural design features about it. As we know that double shaft concrete mixer has wide application scope in engineering construction projects. We recommend that you can buy qualified twin shaft concrete mixer from Daswell Machinery.

Henan Daswell Machinery Co., Ltd,is a professional manufacturer and trader specializing in the research, development and production of construction machinery for nearly 30 years. Our main products are as follows:DMP mixer planetary,concrete batching plants,concrete mixer,blocking making machine,concrete pump,etc.The structure of twin shaft concrete mixer is complex than single shaft concrete mixer, and it has small abrasion, good mixing quality, high production efficiency, etc. Therefore, compared with single shaft concrete mixer, double shaft concrete mixer has more obvious advantages.

Here, let us talk about the advantages of twin shaft concrete mixer.

1. Twin shaft concrete mixer has the advantages of small size concrete block making machine, low height, compact arrangement, convenient loading and transportation, reasonable structure and good working reliability.

2. Twin shaft concrete mixer has the largest capacity, high efficiency, and the same capacity from the drop compared to the mixing time can be shortened by more than half.

3. The mixing drum diameter of twin shaft concrete mixer is smaller than half compared with the same capacity of vertical shaft concrete mixer; its mixing speed is similar with the vertical concrete mixer, but its blade is smaller a half than vertical mixer, and therefore, its blade and lining board have low wear, long service time, and its material is not easy to segregation.

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