Laxmi En-Fab showcases tech-rich AAC block plant

    Laxmi En-Fab showcases tech-rich equipment

    Having geared up fast to meet the burgeoning infrastructure development requirements in the country, Laxmi En-Fab, manufacturer of plants and machinery, displayed its tech-rich equipment, which included the AAC block plant with a capacity range of 100 to 1000 cubic meters per day.

    Hitesh Patel, Director
    Director Mr. Hitesh Patel informed, “In AAC block plant, the concrete is made with low density, which reduces the pay load on the structure of multi-storied buildings, and ultimately reduces the cost of columns and beams by 30%, which is a big saving. Since the blocks are light, larger sized blocks are being made, which results in saving of labor and saving on the number of joints.

    And since the blocks are made using a cutting machine, the perfect right angle and control over the size, reduces plaster thickness to 5 mm.”

    Laxmi En-Fab's AAC block plant for AAC blocks manufactured with fly-ash

    “AAC blocks are manufactured with fly-ash, which is a waste from thermal power plants, therefore, help in conserving environment and builders can avail benefits of using green material. We have the technology to use pond ash to manufacture AAC as well. The process is computer-controlled so consistency in quality is achieved, and, when required, we can also make special quality concrete blocks. AAC blocks have many advantages such as sound and heat insulation, and above all, they are cheaper,” he added.

    dry sand classifier
    Laxmi En-Fab’s dry mix mortar plant ranging from 5 to 50 tons per hour capacity, has the flexibility to make block joining mortar, tile mortar, and a variety of plaster-mix with different strength levels and pricing. “Today’s requirements call for fast and consistent quality of production of any item. Mortar and plaster, that have the same requirements, were generally made using experienced worker judgement and were mixed manually. We have resolved these two issues of production and quality with a lot of automation, which has enabled uniform and high quality of the mortar and plaster,” informed Mr. Patel.

    The company displayed equipment that meets the new demand for M-sand and its classifications. These included a Crushing plant with capacity ranging from 50 tons to 400 tons per hour. Mr. Patel informed that the equipment is designed for high efficiency and has the lowest ratio of output / power consumption. The equipment is manufactured using the high strength, high abrasive material to minimize downtime and maintenance cost of the users.

    Other equipment in line were the Jaw crusher, Cone crusher, and Impact crusher, all of which are connected with conveyers. Its sand plant, including vertical impact crusher and sand classifier, is available in production capacity ranging from 25 tons per hour to 300 tons per hour.

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