Rockwool production line 3.5 Mton Annual Capacity

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2.12 months warranty
3.10 years experience
4.Warranty:12 months
5.Precision:within 1.00mm

Rockwool production line


Rockwool insulation products are the economical and practical choice. The products are produced from a renewable naturally occurring volcanic rock, saving costs in fuel and energy use.

The products are made from stone wool, a solid rock, to provide stability and durability over the lifetime of a building. The durability of its physical structure means it will keep its dimensions, despite any changes in temperature and humidity. Rockwool’s durable products won’t cause or promote corrosion.


Main technocial Specifications

Out Put Capacity: 3.2 ton/ hour

Capacity, mt/a

35000

Workshop (L×W), m2

100×20

Dimension (L×W×H), m3

90×15×7

Weight, mt

260

Power, kw

950


Main Features of products

Rock wool product

Density(Kg/m3)

Size

Length(mm)

Width(mm)

Thickness(mm)

Panel

40-200

1000(Adjustable)

500-2000

30-150

                 Felt

40-100

1000(Adjustable)

1200

30-100

Stitching felt

40-90

1000(Adjustable)

1000-1200

40-100

Pipe

Density(Kg/m3)

Length(mm)

Diameter(mm)

Thickness(mm)

80-100

1000

Φ20-Φ630

30-100


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