主营：流水渠模具 排水渠模具 U型渠模具
The type of water channel mould is strictly differentiated according to the mould size. Each prefabricated block of water conservancy U-shaped groove has its own unique style. For example, the prefabricated block produced by water conservancy U-shaped groove mould has arc at the bottom, chamfer or square directly, which is mainly based on the water flow speed of prefabricated block of U-shaped groove. The key point to distinguish the types of channel moulds is clear in the types. Because of the different types of prefabricated blocks required by each project, the wall thickness of the moulds and the structure of the internal shape are determined according to the size of the water flow velocity. There are two production methods of canal mould, including prefabrication production and on-site pouring. Steel mould needs to be transported to the site when casting in situ. Due to the large specification of mould, there will be bumps in the process of transportation. In order to avoid loss in this process, it is necessary to protect the mould and prevent the component from fracture when transporting to the site The construction site shall be handled with care and placed on a clean and flat ground.
No matter what specification and style of the channel mould is, the prefabricated block can be shaped by fixing the concrete. Each set of mould has its own special label, such as the classification according to the length and size, the use of the region, the wall thickness of the mould, the interface, etc. according to the classification standards of the above-mentioned knowledge, we can It can be concluded that the characteristics of this kind of mould are based on the independence of U-shape, which is also arranged in the design drawings. Through the production in recent years, the manufacturer found that the wall thickness of the channel is gradually increasing, from the past 5-6cm to the present 8-10cm. The increase of the wall thickness means that the construction unit pays more attention to the long-term use of precast blocks, so as to ensure that the concrete U-shaped groove will not be replaced frequently. First, to reduce the input of labor, and second, to be responsible for the safety of the project.