State of the art concrete distribution system for precast plants.
Spun Pipe Plant offers a precision-engineered and optimum functionality to fabricate concrete pipes. It consists spun pipe machine, feeder machine, traveling hopper, and storage hopper. Concrete pipe shaping machines feature vertical cast vibration technology that allows concrete to merge into the mold through vibration and hydraulic pressure system, making it the best and most efficient procedure for manufacturing concrete pipes. These machines operate safely, conveniently, and efficiently that provides quality finished products as per international standards.
Spun pipe machines support and spin pipe molds utilizing high-speed driven wheels powered by the motor. High-speed rotation produces the centrifugal effect that allows concrete to reinforce and compress into a highly dense solid cylindrical-hollow concrete along with the inner wall mold.
Spun pipes have good corrosion resistance and leak-proof properties. These are suitable for the construction of water drainage, sewerage, culvert, and irrigation system. And also, spun pipes are easy to maintenance and handling.
LTP Engineering provides customization for fabricating spun pipe machines based on customer requirements.
Traditionally, spun pipe production only has pipe mold spinning sections to fabricate and concrete pipes by compacting an uncured concrete inside the spun pipe mold. However, the mechanical properties of non-reinforced concrete pipes cannot sufficiently accommodate any environmental factors such as compressive earth weight, constant live load vibration on the ground, chemically corrosive fluid environment, and excessive fluid pressure exertion.
A three-in-one RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) spun pipe plant has a concrete batching plant, pipe mold spinning section, and IBS plant section that fabricates various types of RCC pipes only. Like other spun pipe plants, it formulates concrete with a specific ingredient amount through the batching process. Distributing concrete from the batching plant to the respective casting area through a traveling hopper system and spun pipe feeder machines.