Construction, demolition and landclearing debris is all non-hazardous solid waste resulting from construction, demolition and landclearing activities. Debris and concrete waste materials that can be salvaged, reused or recycled include, but are not limited to, the following:acoustical ceiling tiles, asphalt, asphalt shingles, bricks, cardboard, carpet and pad, concrete, dirt, drywall, fluorescent lights & ballasts, insulation, landclearing debris, metals, paint, porcelain and so on.
Concrete debris disposal crushing production line
1. Raw Material Preparation.
Mining of limestone (or sand, shale, clay, and iron ore) requires the use of drilling and blasting techniques. The blasting techniques use the latest technology to insure vibration, dust, and noise emissions are kept at a minimum. Blasting produces materials in a wide range of sizes from approximately 1.5 meters in diameter to small particles less than a few millimeters in diameter. Material is loaded at the blasting face into trucks for transportation to the crushing plant. Through a series of crushers, such as jaw crusher, cone crusher, impact crusher, mobile crusher, and screens, which both supplied by our company, the limestone is reduced to a size less than 100 mm and stored until required.
2. Raw Grinding (wet process and dry process).
4. Finish Grinding and Distribution
The black, nodular clinker is stored on site in silos or clinker domes until needed for concrete production. Clinker, gypsum, and other process additions are ground together in grinding mill, such as ball mills, vertical mills, to form the final concrete products. Fineness of the final products, amount of gypsum added, and the amount of process additions added are all varied to develop a desired performance in each of the final concrete products.
Liming is a manufacturer of crushing plant and grinding plant, and supplies complete concrete crushing and grinding equipment. We can also design concrete crushing plant according to the working condition or the customers’ requirements.