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All the brick making machine got the CE certification. And Lontto as an Iso 9001 certified factory. All the block making machine has exported 100+ counties in the world. In Africa: we sale the block making machine in Kenya, in Tanzania, in Zambia, in Malawi, in South Africa, in Uganda, in Mozambique, in Ethiopia, in Botswana, in Ghana.
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Robust Machines is based in Pretoria ,South Africa and has been manufacturing brick making machines since 2005 . Our brick making machines are used in 14 countries throughout Africa as welt as St Helena island where two of our brick making machines were used to manufacture the bricks for the building of the ST Helena airport and hospital ...
KuluCrete’s brick and block works is capable of manufacturing 100 000 bricks or 30 000 concrete blocks daily. Additionally, the separate tile works can turn out up to 9 000 roof tiles daily. These facilities enable the company to compete for the most demanding building materials tenders in the region.
Model 913：economical, flexible and dependable produce concrete block products for building Hollows, solids, foundation and chimney blocks - to mention only a few examples. ZENITH model 913, the ideal concrete block making machine for economical mass production of high quality concrete bl...
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PPC SUREBUILD Cement 42,5 N is ideal for small scale cement brick/block manufacture. PPC SUREBUILD 42,5 N complies with SANS 50197-1. PPC SUREBUILD Cement 42,5 N with extra strength makes more concrete than regular general purpose cements. Clean river sand. Clean water - if you can drink it, it is suitable for brick/block making.
Concrete blocks are often made of 1:3:6 concrete with a maximum size aggregate of 10mm or a cement-sand mixture with a ratio of 1:7, 1:8 or 1:9. These mixtures, if properly cured, give concrete blocks a compression strength well above what is required in a one-storey building. The blocks may be solid, cellular or hollow.
The standard mix for Concrete Blocks is 1:3:5, 1 part cement to 3 parts sand & 5 parts stone aggregate, by volume. 1 part cement to 8 parts mixed aggregate is much the same thing. Note that the ratio is different by weight, since the ingredients don't have the same density. Many other mixes are also possible.