Structure and Working Principle of Forced Concrete Mixer

By dwkelly ~ May 27th, 2016 @ 8:37 am

IMG_3617Structure and Working Principle of Forced Concrete Mixer

Forced type concrete mixer has single horizontal shaft and horizontal shaft two models. Forced type concrete mixer mainly has JS500, JS750, JS1500, JS2000, JS3000. This type of concrete mixer combines the advantages of self falling concrete mixer and forced type concrete mixer. So it always used for mixing dry hard, plastic mobile concrete mixer for sale, light aggregate concrete and various mortars. Horizontal-axis forced concrete mixer has single shaft and double shaft in structure, so it has two types. In addition to structural differences, two models of horizontal-axis concrete mixer, in such aspects as mixing principle and function characteristics, are very similar. It is applicable to all kinds of large, medium and small scale prefabricated factories, roads, bridges, water conservancy, docks and other industrial and civil construction projects.

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:concrete batch mix plant,concrete batching plants,concrete mixer,blocking making machine,concrete pump,etc.The mixing system of the forced mixing machine is composed of two circular groove shaped mixing cylinders and two rotating shafts which are rotated in opposite directions. There are several sets of same structure blades with proper space each other installed on the two shafts, making the materials get fast and uniform mixing.

Horizontal shaft forced mixer stirring motor is directly installed in a three stage gear reducer box of the end face, up and down have a certain space, so that the material in the two mixing tube can get a quick and uniform mixing. The output shaft of the output shaft is respectively driven by a pair of gear transmission and the sprocket wheel to drive two horizontal mixing shafts for constant velocity reverse rotation movement.

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