What Are The Types Of Asphalt Concrete Mixing Equipment?


What Are The Types Of Asphalt Concrete Mixing Equipment?
Asphalt mixing equipment is one of the environmental protection equipment in modern industry, which is widely used in the industry. It is one of the mechanical equipment that has developed better and better in the market in recent years. The working forms of asphalt mixing equipment include double drum type, forced type, and cost bin bottom type. Let’s take a look at the basic structure of asphalt mixing equipment.

1. Before using asphalt mixing equipment, it is necessary to know the model of the equipment.

2. The structural types of equipment are generally divided into multiple types according to different types. If divided by production process, there are continuous and intermittent types, and if divided by transportation mode, there are mobile, removable, and fixed types.

3. The capacity of the equipment is also different, mainly depending on the capacity produced by the manufacturer.

4. The working cycle of the equipment is generally related to the capacity of the equipment, and the standard working cycle is generally 45 seconds.

Asphalt concrete mixing equipment refers to a kind of mechanical equipment that dries, heats, sieves, and dosages the sand and gravel materials, and at the same time adds an appropriate amount of filler materials, and then mixes them in a certain proportion with thermal experience to mix them into asphalt mixture. What types of asphalt concrete mixing equipment are there?

1. According to the process flow, it can be divided into three types: forced mixing intermittent type, continuous type, and self-falling continuous mixing roller type.

2. It can also be divided into fixed type and mobile type. The fixed type requires all units to be fixed on the work site, and generally, it will be used in those occasions with large scale and concentrated quantities. Mobile equipment is usually large equipment. They will put all the units on several special flatbed trailers, and then transport them to the construction site for assembly.