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How to Reduce Water Consumption Of Concrete Batching Plant

In the production of wet mix concrete plant, scouring JS 2000 concrete mixer, cement silo, concrete mixing trucks and so forth takes a lot of water.

The washing water of these equipment is rich in cement slurry, aggregate, impurities, additives, etc. Therefore, it is necessary to deal with the washing water so as to realize reusing thereby reducing projection costs as well as water consumption.

From the point of view of environmental protection, the water cleaning cement mortar or concrete belongs to strong alkaline water whose PH value is high. The free emissions will pollute the environment. So it is necessary to recycle the waste water.

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The water used for cleaning vehicles is a big part of wet concrete batching plant. If it is assumed that cleaning a vehicle needs 1-2T water and it is washed 2-3 times a day and medium-sized concrete batching plant has 20 vehicles generally, it needs clean water 40-120Tjust one day thereby washing water reuse is quite conducive to environmental protection and water conservation.

There is also a great amount of water consumption of concrete mixers in stationary concrete batching plant while with the innovation of technology, vehicle cleaning water and waste concrete water can be reused directly into concrete mixer after reasonable analysis which can also greatly reduce water consumption. We adopt water recycling system so as to resolve the problem.

Our company has been specialized in producing and selling all kinds of mobile concrete mixers and other types of construction machinery such as JSS spiral belt concrete mixers, PLD series batching machines, SC series of construction elevators and so forth with high quality and reasonable price for more than thirty years. Our products have high reputation both at home and abroad. Welcome to contacts us or leave us a message if you have interests.

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