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Design Requirements For Concrete Mixing Plant
- Jun 26, 2017 -

Concrete mixing plant is the core of quality control of concrete production enterprises, with the increasing emphasis on the greening of commercial concrete green, the laboratory from the original raw materials into the factory inspection, production process quality control, concrete factory inspection, substandard goods Disposal, quality assurance information issued, finishing archives and other functions for the development of both concrete mixing plant green management and project new technology, new technology, new materials to promote the work of high-value functional departments. As a well-deserved core of the mixing plant, the rationalization of the laboratory design and optimization of management, the efficient operation of the mixing station played a pivotal role. This paper describes the composition, design and enumeration of some irrational laboratory design of green mixing station, and puts forward a reasonable design sample of concrete mixing plant. It is expected to have reference for the new green concrete mixing plant.

1 laboratory effect

With the continuous upgrading of concrete mixing stations, the role of concrete enterprises together with the laboratory has become more important. At present, Concrete batching Plant the importance of the green mixing station laboratory is mainly reflected in the quality control, cost control, consulting services in several areas, in addition, with the mixing station on the demand for technology upgrades more and more vigorous, there are many laboratories bear the scientific and technological research and development Related work.

2 laboratory composition

According to the four major functions of commercial concrete enterprises, concrete mixing plant can be divided into concrete room, cement room, aggregate room, mechanical laboratory, durable laboratory, maintenance room, office and so on. But the specific laboratory design also need according to the actual production of concrete enterprises, research, Concrete batching Plant testing the actual needs of the laboratory's overall planning and instrumentation and other aspects to be adjusted to meet the different requirements of different enterprises on the laboratory.

3 experimental design requirements

The general requirements of the laboratory design Laboratory design to meet the overall coordination, internal settings reasonable, the integration of experimental instruments, Concrete batching Plant mutual interference with the basic principles.

3.1.1 Overall design principles

The overall design of the laboratory to meet the principle of the nearest, close to the task before and after the departments close to each other as close as possible, such as concrete molding room to close to the concrete curing room, concrete curing room to close to the concrete mechanics room, both on the work more convenient, but also As much as possible to avoid unnecessary accidents.

3.1.2 Internal design principles

Laboratory design to meet the principle of convenience, that is, the specifications of the test table to be reasonable, the layout of the experimental equipment to be scientific, Concrete batching Plant and the entire laboratory design to meet the application on the basis of as much as possible to do the details of the building. The rational design of the laboratory can rely on the long experience of the work of the enterprise accumulated experience, on the other hand can be extensive research, learn from the successful experience of external enterprises, these two aspects of the combination, can make the laboratory design more professional, reasonable.

3.1.3 compatibility principle

Laboratory design in addition to meet the overall and internal design principles, should also take full account of the compatibility of laboratory equipment layout principles. Concrete batching Plant In addition to the laboratory to meet the work convenience, but also need to avoid the interaction between the instruments. For example, instruments that are more sensitive to vibration should not be placed in the same space as the instrument that produces the vibration.

3.2 process layout and design requirements

In addition to the overall planning and design of the laboratory design principles, each sub-room should also meet the corresponding design principles to meet the functional requirements of the experimental sub-room: