What is the purpose of autoclave of fly ash aerating block equipment?
November 01, 2021
Autoclave of fly ash aerated block equipment is widely used in other production projects requiring pressure steam curing. Such as high-strength gypsum, thermal insulation materials, rubber products, high-strength glass, cement pipe piles, wood, medicine, chemical and other industries, what is the purpose of autoclave? The large pressure vessel for Steam Curing Aerated concrete, lime sand brick and coal ash brick is equipped with perfect interlocking protection device, which avoids the hidden danger of misoperation to a great extent and ensures the operation of autoclave and the production of operators.
The autoclave of fly ash aerating block equipment is a steel horizontal cylindrical device, and the kettle cover of fly ash aerating brick equipment is pressed with a whole 16MnR steel plate. The kettle cover flange and kettle body flange are made of 16Mn integral forging. The kettle door is a movable quick opening structure, which is opened and closed by manual reducer. It can also be opened and closed by electric, pneumatic and hydraulic according to users.
The autoclave of fly ash aerating block equipment is equipped with valves, pressure gauges, temperature measuring elements, steam inlet and exhaust valves, sealed ball valves, drain valves and other necessary valves and instruments, and is equipped with decontamination tanks for users to choose and use. In the process flow of autoclaved silicate building products, lime crushing mill is mixed with sand or fly ash, and then mixed or wheel milled after digestion, and then brick billets of different specifications are formed by brick pressing mechanism.
Add water to grind lime and sand into slurry, add foaming agent, inject into mold frame, stand for foaming, and then cut into blocks of different specifications to make porous and light aerated blocks. There are two types of kettle door opening: side opening and up opening for users to choose. It can better adapt to the thermal expansion and cold contraction of the kettle body, and ensure the normal operation and service life of the fly ash aerated brick equipment.