Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine

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Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine


1.   Structure of Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine:


Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine is our special developed products as results of our engineers research, with which 60%steel material will be saved compared with traditional revolving die method .Efficiency can be improved 3 to 5 times compared with conical die method, these machine are easy for operation and convenient for maintenance, products from these machines are in good quality, smooth appearance and accurate in size.

 

 2.   Main Features of Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine: 


• One machine can make one slab lower cost, high Wear-resistant, long service life.

• In case of quality problem the company provide free replacement.

• Provide technical support for free.

• Provide consumers with regular visits

• Simple structure, easy operate, less wear parts

 

3.  Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine Images:

Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine

Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine

Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine

 

4.  Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine Specification:

 

Model no.

No. of holes

Dia.

No. and dia. of wires

Electric motor power(kw)

Vibrator Motor Power(kw)

Total Power

(kw)

Max. span

Molding Speed(m/min)

Overall dimension

(mm)

Weight

(kg)

60X120X140X4

1

30

5/5

4

1.5

5.5

3.5

1.3-1.5

2250×900×850

1000

60X130X150X4

1

30

6/5

4

1.5

5.5

4

1.3-1.5

2250×900×850

1000

70X140X160X4

1

30

8/5

4

1.5

5.5

4.5

1.3-1.5

2250×900×850

1050

70X150X170X2

1

30

8/5

3

1.5

4.5

4.7

1.3-1.5

2250×900×850

750

60X110X130X4

1

30

6/5

4

1.5

5.5

3.5

1.3-1.5

2250×900×850

950


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Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine


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Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine


5. Packing & Delivery


•  Wire cables are used for fastening the machine on the trailer or inside the container.

•  Machine covered with plastic film.

•  Machines can be packed in tarpaulin or wooden case according to customer’s needs.


Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine


6. Customers from All Over The World

Prefabricated Lightweight Concrete Purline Machine


7. FAQ: 


We have organized several common questions for our clients, may help you sincerely:

•  What information we need to confirm with you before send a formal offer?

What kind of slab you want to make, wall panel, roof panel, lintel or something else?

Do you have exact slab size (slab thickness and width)? If not, please tell us the slab span, we will give you suggestion.

•  Have you use this kind of machine before? 

Our machine is totally different from European machine. Please don’t follow their instructions.

•  How long can we receive the product after purchase?

In the purchase of product, within 20 working days we will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The specific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers. Commonly 35 working days can be served.

•  What kind of machine do you have?

Our main products: large span GLY concrete hollow core slab machine, light - weight wall panel machine, lintel machine, column machine, hollow core slab cutting machine, concrete feeding dumper, high-strength steel wire tensioning machine, which amount to more than the types and more than four hundred standards. We can provide the whole plan and technology supporting for concrete precast component. 

 

8. Why choose us:


•  30 years manufacturing experience.

•  Constitutor of the.

•  More than 10 patents.

•  Passed ISO9001:2000 quality system certificate.

• More than 10 types of machine and over 100 models for choose.

Supply complete set of technology and equipment solution.

• We can design and manufacture all kinds of concrete forming equipment according to customers' demands. Meanwhile we can even more provide our customers a complete set of technology and solution for all producing flow.


9. Our Service:


•  We supply the technical supporting all the time.

•  We supply one year warranty for whole machine.

•  We supply free quick wear parts. 

•  We supply low charge continue maintenance when warranty is expired.

•  We supply free training to end-users

 

 


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Q:Field Instruments completed the following transactions and events involving ite machinery:?
Jan. 1 Paid $106,600 cash plus $6,400 in sales tax for a new machine. The machine is estimated to have a six-year life and a $9,800 salvage value Dr Machinery $113,000 Cr Cash $113,000 Dec. 31 Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the machinery Dr Depreciation expense $17,200 (i.e. [$113,000-$9,800]/6) Cr Accumulated depreciation $17,200 2005 Dec. 31 Due to new information obtained earlier in the year, the machine’s estimated useful life was changed from six to four years, and the estimated salvage value was increased to $13,050. Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the machinery Dr Depn $27,583.33 Cr Accum. depn. $27,583.33 (Nbv of $95,800 - 13,050 divided by 3 remaining yrs) 2006 Dec. 31 Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the machinery Dr Depn $27,583.33 Cr Accum. depn. $27,583.33 (Nbv is now $113,000 - $17,200 - $27,583.33 - $27,583.33 = $40,633.34) Dec. 31 Sold the machine for $25,240 cash Dr Cash $25,240 Dr Loss on disposal of machinery $15,393.34 Dr Accum. depn. $72,366.66 Cr Machinery $113,000

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