Sicoma concrete mixer single and twin shaft difference

In the operation of the mixing plant, the mixer stirs and crushes the various raw materials used to make the finished concrete, and then performs various types of processing to become different types of concrete products. It can be said that the mixer plays a decisive role in the entire mixing plant equipment. Today I will introduce you to the difference between single and twin shaft concrete mixers for concrete mixing stations.
1. The difference of the drive system of the agitator shaft: The drive system of the single axis agitation host is a chain drive structure; the drive system of the dual axis agitation host is a V-belt and a slip gear structure; compared to the single shaft mixer, the two shafts are in the drive The noise generated in the process is relatively low, and its design itself has an overload protection function that is relatively safe and convenient. General large concrete mixing plants are used more often.
2. Difference of stirring effect: The agitating effect of uniaxial stirring main machine is different for different types of concrete. When producing common types of concrete, the stirring effect is comparable with that of two-axis mixer, but if some concrete products with higher requirements are produced, such as When rolling compacted concrete, its stirring effect is relatively poor. The stirring effect of the biaxial mixer is better than that of the single shaft and the degree of wear is very low.
3. Distinguishing performance of unloading: The unloading port size of the single shaft mixer is relatively dead, it is difficult to adjust in the actual production, and the unloading door is very easy to be jammed, and the unloading performance is very general. The two-axis mixing machine is an effective solution to this problem, its discharge performance is relatively excellent. This is another very important reason why most commercial concrete mixing plants now use twin shaft mixers.

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