Briefly describe the factors affecting the production quality of asphalt mixing plant

24 Nov 2019 09:00
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Asphalt mixing plant is a kind of equipment that is frequently used by municipals. It has the characteristics of long service life, stable operation, high work efficiency, simple operation and safety, so it is widely welcomed in the industry.

There are many factors that affect the quality of the asphalt mixing plant when it is working. This article will be briefly introduced.

Firstly, the incorrect mix ratio of asphalt concrete will affect the production quality of the asphalt mixing plant, because the mix ratio can be said to be the whole process of construction, and only the reasonable mix ratio can be combined with a reasonable production process to produce the best results.

If the mix ratio of asphalt concrete is unreasonable, the asphalt concrete will be unqualified, which will have a great impact on the service life and cost of the asphalt concrete pavement.

Secondly, the unstable discharge temperature of asphalt concrete will also affect the production quality of the asphalt mixing plant.

The country has a clear regulation on the temperature of asphalt heating. Generally, it needs to be controlled between 150 and 170 degrees Celsius during the construction process. The temperature of the aggregate needs to be higher than the temperature of the asphalt.

If the temperature is unstable, the asphalt may be burnt, which has a great influence on the paving and rolling of the road.

In addition to the above two reasons, the mixing of the mixture also has a great influence on the production quality of the asphalt mixing plant.

The mixing of the mixture needs to be uniform. After the mixing, all the mineral particles need to be wrapped by the asphalt. Do not have uneven packaging, otherwise the quality of the production will be affected.

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