The biggest difference between AAC panel production and AAC block production lies in the steel bar processing. To ensure the strength of panel, reinforcing mesh is needed as an insert on the inside of the poured panel as support- a step that is not needed for AAC blocks.
SANKON offers our clients all equipment and tools used in AAC steel bar assembling sections, including:
Steel bar cutting machine for cutting the steel bar to a desired length.
Steel bars with different lengths are put on the mesh welding machine to produce reinforcing mesh automatically.
The welded reinforcing mesh is placed on the bracket of the suspension welding machine, and welded using a spot welder to produce a reinforcement steel cage.
The reinforcement steel cage will be conveyed to the antiseptic maceration tank, to ensure that the surface of the reinforcement steel cage is covered by antiseptics.
The reinforcement steel cage will be conveyed to the drying oven for drying.
The dried reinforcement steel cage will be assembled with an assembly hole and steel chisel.
The assembled steel chisel and reinforcement steel cage will be conveyed beneath the traveling crane and then conveyed using the crane to a specific location for drill rod insertion.
The traveling crane will insert the reinforcement steel cage into the module, which will then be conveyed to the pre-curing room for pre-curing.
After pre-curing, the concrete panel will be transported to the travelling crane for pulling out the steel chisel as a whole using the transfer chart after meeting cutting requirements. The reinforcing mesh will remain inside the concrete panel.