Belt Concrete Mixing Plant is the batching plant that equipped with belt conveyor to tansport raw materials to mixer, almost large stationary batching plants adapt belt conveyor to feed.
The design of the inclined conveyor is based on accurate calculation of the necessary parameters, which directly affects the performance of the conveyor such as the operation of the belt feeding system and the weighing of the distributor. When designing an integrated facility, parameters such as width, height, length, conveyor speed, and inclination angle of the feed system plane should be considered. This is done to accurately combine the performance of the conveyor belt with the entire device. The coordination of the system can not only achieve high performance, but also enable the entire structure to run without failure, thereby reducing the possibility of failure and violation of production procedures.
The most important thing is that only with accurate calculations, the mixing equipment can fully function, saving various components of the loading system may lead to high wear of key structural elements (such as conveyor rollers). In pursuit of higher profits, unscrupulous batching plant manufacturers usually equip their mixing plant factories with cheaper, similar products that have lower reliability or lower production performance (eg belt width). This difference will leave a huge mark throughout the concrete production complex.
Because of this design, stationary concrete plants with inert material belt feed are widely used in large plants and factories, where the position of the compound is not so important, and the production speed of the mixture and output are critical.