Stationary block machines produce blocks delivering them on a pallet. Their points of strength are versatility and top quality of cement end-product. Egg-laying block making machines strip directly on the concrete floor and need no stocking structure for blocks curing. Their point of strength is productivity and efficiency.

 

Comparative table for egg-laying machines

842H M515 M150 1000A6 1000S6 1600Sup
Average production of blocks per hour (*) 250 250 400 450 700 900
Average production of kerbs per hour NO 140 80 100 200 NO
Average production of pavers per hour (°) NO NO 40 NO NO NO
Reverse gear mixer output 400 400 - - - -
Planetary mixer output - - 400 400 400 500
Size of concrete floor needed (m2) 650 650 900 1.000 1.800 2.500


(*) Blocks cm 20x40xh20 - production may change depending on efficiency on the plant.

(°) Production in m2 because number of pieces change depending on design.

 

Comparative table for stationary machines

C25 S510 S610 S1010 SR1053 RD1053
Average production of blocks per hour (*) 100 130 270 400 700 700
Average production of kerbs per hour 100 130 180 160 290 290
Average production of pavers per hour (°) 11 12 22 40 70 70
Prod. of double layer pavers per hour (°) - - - - - 50
Reverse gear mixer output 250 400 - - - -
Planetary mixer output 200 200 300 400 500 500
Pallets size  58x58 60x46 70x58 115x58 115x58 115x58
Pallets per shift 500 600 800 700 1.200 1.200


(*) Blocks cm 20x40xh20 - production may change depending on efficiency on the plant.

(°) Production in m2 because number of pieces change depending on design.

 

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