Over time, the definition of fully automatic fly ash brick machine and semi automatic fly ash brick making machine has changed. Not only that, it differs from company to company.
According to Q Green Techcon Pvt. Ltd, the difference comes in the labour requirement and economic viability. There are four steps in making bricks, pavers and blocks. They are, batching and mixing, manufacturing of a green product, handling of the green product and curing. It starts with batching and mixing in which the raw material is weighed and mixed. This is then conveyed into the main machine that processes the mixed material and finally, the green product thus formed is sent to the handling system. In a semi-automatic fly ash brick machine, there is no automation in the handling system. The fully automatic machine comprises of an elevator, lowerator, finger car and cuber, that together form the automated handling system. Further, in a semi-automatic machine curing is done manually in an open space.
In case of a fully automatic fly ash bricks machine, a closed curing chamber is provided that ensures the product is cured within 24 hours. It is to be pointed out that a semi-automatic machine requires more labour. Hence, we suggest fully automatic machine to someone who has a high manufacturing capacity (5000 bricks per hour or more) because one needs to consider the economic viability when investing in a fly ash brick plant.
We are, however, trying to bring in productive changes in how the fly ash brick machines are divided and are continuously taking steps to add utility and value in our products. We take pride in informing our customers that we are the first to come up with a fully automatic 6-block machine in Bangalore and are looking forward to further revolutionaries the sector in a similar manner.
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