If you use the automatic feeding mixer every day, you will find that the tank is getting smaller and smaller. This is because if not cleaned, the material will adhere to the tank wall. Next, how to prevent the water tanks from sticking together.
1. Bring the water reducing agent to the vehicle
Superplasticizer is a kind of concrete admixture, which can reduce the amount of water used in the mixing process without changing the slump of concrete, and can be carried to the car to adjust the concrete well. However, if water reducing agent is added, it needs to be remembered that there are people in the laboratory of commercial concrete station. Otherwise, the strength of the concrete will be insufficient and the driver will have to bear the consequences.
2. Return to the factory to check the amount of water in the water tank
When you get off the train and return to the station, please check the water in the water storage tank and always keep it full, just in case.
3. Check the concrete quality before delivery
The quality of each concrete slab may vary depending on the raw materials. When installing concrete and leaving the site, it is necessary to check the slump and ease of concrete in the tank, and pay attention to the preset and stratification of concrete.
4. Reduce vehicle driving time
The specific transportation distance is usually within 30 kilometers in diameter. Before leaving the vehicle, please plan the route and vehicle traffic to minimize the time of the vehicle on the road.
5. First, reduce losses and emissions
Whenever human factors or force majeure leading to long-term unloading are encountered, the condition of concrete in the tank shall be checked. As soon as the concrete begins to harden, it needs to be checked. To prevent the whole tank from being discarded, please drain it immediately after reporting to the person in charge.
The above is the method to prevent the tank from sticking from the automatic feeding mixer. Once mastered, it can greatly avoid this problem, improve work efficiency and reduce material loss.