Tamping machines are typically made to carry moulds on a turntable passing various stations with the exposed side of the mould facing downwards. This production machine has the great advantage of a quick throughput process and provides a final product with closed surface and a high degree of compaction compared to vibration systems.
- Moulds are moved along processing stations and have a movable face plate (matrix).
- Products of different thicknesses can be made from one mould;
- Compaction is achieved by tamping the concrete into the mould from above. During compction the face plates are laying on an anvill;
- The product is pushed upwards from the mould and placed on curing pallets;
- The face plate will be cleaned on each production cycle.
- The use of matrixes allows various design opportunities of flat or structured surfaces.
- The tamping technology anables the production of stabilized earth concrete (SEC)
- This technology anables earlier surface treatments
- Sunstantial longer lifetime of moulds due to the use of liners instead of the replacement of the complete mould
- Possibility to use higher percentages of small size aggregates (fly ash)
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