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Precast Wall Panel Machine Manufacturer and Supplier
Our lightweight precast wall panel machine is a new hollow wall extruder for the production and processing of wallboard. Through years of diligent research and development, our factory has successfully developed a production of lightweight partition board molding machines and equipment.
Its important traits are inexpensive pricing, an appropriate technical route, dependable performance, an approachable design, and a competent system board. It also has automatic walking, continuous operation, and molding.
Using a Wide Range of Materials
We make use of a range of materials for our precast wall panel machine. Examples of raw materials include common cement, fly ash, slag, water slag, volcanic rocks, ceramics, and other substances. Daily single-class output in enormous production ranges from 300 to 400 square meters, and it may at any time allocate resources based on the local deployment of raw materials.
In order to create a single molding, several hand-drawn or stand-mold board molding procedures combine different materials. Materials include the use of low-carbon annealed wire, natural curing, and strengthening material.
The produced boards are the ideal addition to a production line for light partition boards. Since they are both of reasonable price and of excellent quality. For more high-quality machines, you can check our aluminum plastic separation machine. We never compromise on our customer’s product quality. And that is why our customers confide in us and our services.
Protects the top and bottom surfaces by using the original random tension embedding technique for steel reinforcement, also known as pre-pulling for steel reinforcement.
The precast wall panel machine employs cement and low-carbon steel wire as reinforcement. And also employ expanded perlite, ceramsite, slag, fly ash, water slag, and river sand as raw materials.
The required multi-program for hand-drawn or stand-moldboard in one molding is something you can develop. After once you have seen the production of the wallboard machine.