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Pipe Making Machine for RCC (Reinforced Concrete)

The sewer and base vent body is precast, which saves lifting labor during the construction phase, but is not beneficial to the introduction process.

Level joints, level joints, and female/male joints between sewage vent components are concrete utility hole joints used between vent and sewer components. The hole seals are factice, elastic seal, and concrete mortar.

Wet Cast Manhole Mold 

Using wet concrete, cast sewer vents are made on steel forms alongside wet concrete, serving as a structure. Then, the materials are set in place until they are sufficiently sturdy to be removed.

Programmed RCC Pipe Making Machine 

Solid sewage vent machines deploy dry concrete as their primary material, and the product is generated with high strength and thickness thanks to the use of high-recurrence vibration. As a result, the item can be removed almost soon after being created.

What is the operation of a Vertical Vibration Machine for Concrete Pipes?

Vertical vibration machines for concrete pipes are equipped with vibrators. 

During the manufacturing process, the inner mold and mandrel vibrator, which vibrate together, vertically vibrate concrete into a pipe. Semi-dry concrete is used as an inert in the machine to keep it running smoothly. An eccentric block is located in the center of the vibrator's interior, on the inside. When these blocks pivot at a high frequency, vibration is produced, and the vibration force is conveyed to the concrete through the internal shapes of the blocks.

It is composed of a vertical shaft and 3-4 eccentric beams, which form the structure of the vertical vibration machine. The rotation produces the vibratory force to the axis of the concrete pipe. It is essentially composed of an oscillation from the circumferential that acts as a vibrator, with a diameter that is nearly equivalent to the inner diameter of the pipe, oscillating continually and creating concrete.

This process is carried out by an industrial machine, which reduces the adhesive qualities, gripping forces, and internal friction of the mixed concrete particles as they pass through it. Furthermore, it forms and compacts the concrete, resulting in a product with sufficient strength and other desirable properties.

When concrete is poured into the pipes during the manufacturing process, the pipes are sealed by vibration forces. The upper end of the pipe is subjected to a combination of vibratory force and hydraulic compression, resulting in a joint formation. It improves the density of the pipe, increases its strength, and improves its dimensional accuracy.

After manufacture, it is possible to remove molds vertically without drying. Pipes built of concrete can settle and reveal deformation much sooner than they were initially installed, and it is especially true at the top. We must closely adhere to production technology criteria to guarantee that the created pipe can withstand gravity. The deformations must not be more than the permitted deviations. The top of the concrete pipe must be protected with a fiberglass or steel collector for the measurement to be accurate during the drying process.

Everything You Need to Know About Vibration Concrete Pipe Machine

The horizontal concrete pipe machine has a long history, attributed to its functionality and accessible design. A portion of the half-dry concrete is turned within the form to provide the frame for the shape.

The experience and ability of an operator determine the strength and thickness of the line produced by this machine. The strength and thickness of the line produced by other machines are lower than those produced by this machine. In the course of the manufacturing process, the most significant problem with lines is that the steel frame may become distorted due to turning the shape. And the line may be thicker than expected because they are tense as they are turned by the roller and pressed by the form. As mentioned above, if we use moderate concrete for filling, the thickness may be more than planned because the line is not compressed with a roller before placement.

Although the contributing element for this machine looks to be lower than for different gears, we require a variety of molds to satisfy the demands of daily production since changing the form before the solid becomes firm is not a practical option. When the machine comes with various molds, the project could be comparable to vibrating pipe machines in nature.

A second concern that you might want to consider is that when both the machine and the form are suitably scaled, they will move speedily throughout the entire process, posing a possible security risk.


1. Is it possible to arrange a factory visit for new customers?

In certain circumstances, we do offer that service.

2. Do you export machines to other countries?

We offer a wide range of machines to meet the specific requirements of our customers.

3. In what areas do you specialize in manufacturing machines?

Concrete pipes, block making machines, concrete batch plants, and concrete mixers are just a few machines that we manufacture.

4. What about the overall quality of the work?

Several quality control techniques that adhere to international standards ensure consistent quality across our entire service offering.

5. Which countries do you sell your machines to?

Africa, which includes nations such as Nigeria, Kenya, and Ghana, is among the countries we export machinery. Our company also exports equipment to some Asian countries, including Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, China, Indonesia, and the Middle East.

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