Asphalt mixing station brings convenience to people

07 Sep 2019 09:01

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The asphalt mixing station brings convenience to people. Why do you say this? Because everyone knows that if you want to use asphalt, it is better to use it. If it is cold, it will not work. It can't be used hard. Therefore, heating and stirring are required to become less troublesome in use.

As for the asphalt mixing plant, let's talk about asphalt, and understand it in order to understand the asphalt mixing plant we are talking about today.

Asphalt is a dark brown high viscosity organic liquid composed of hydrocarbons and non-metals of different molecular weights. The surface is black and soluble in carbon disulfide.

At the same time, it is also an organic gelling material that is waterproof, moisture-proof and anti-corrosive.

It can be mainly divided into three types: coal tar pitch, petroleum asphalt and natural asphalt. Asphalt is mainly used in coatings, plastics, rubber and other industries as well as paving roads.

Our work road is made of asphalt. The asphalt can also be said to be asphalt, so the old asphalt road, while the asphalt is quite high when pouring the road, because at low temperatures, it is harder than the stone. It can not be used at all, so the asphalt mixing plant of asphalt mixing station is mainly composed of batching system, drying system, combustion system, weighing and stirring system, asphalt supply system, powder supply system, finished silo and control system.

Asphalt mixing plant is a very important place for road construction.

The asphalt mixing plant is a complete set of equipment for the production of asphalt concrete in large quantities, and this equipment is generally used in large-scale pouring of cement roads.

It can also produce asphalt mixes, colored bitumen mixes, and more.

It is necessary equipment for building highways, grade roads, municipal roads, airports, and ports. Now let's talk about asphalt mixing stations.

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