The rectifying line for bricks allows the calibration of the upper and lateral surfaces of the brick to get them perfectly regular, smooth and parallel.


Steps about the rectifying process

The steps about an example of the rectifying process of bricks are:
  1. Feeder and 1st overturner
  2. Vertical calibrating unit
  3. Conveyor belt
  4. Lateral calibrating unit
  5. 2nd overtuner and conveyor belt
This layout represents an example: it is possible, infact, realizing custom layout in order to satisfy particular needs about the output, the process or the available area you have.


How it works

According to the shown example, this brick rectifying line requires two processing cycles to calibrate all the surfaces of each single brick.
In each of the two cycles each single brick is loaded on its thickness on the feeder to allow the maximum loading capacity and to increase the productivity.
The overturner, installed on the feeder, turns each brick in order to correctly place its upper surface for the next calibration.
The vertical calibration unit rectifies the upper surface of the brick.
The next conveyor belt moves each brick to the lateral calibration unit, where one of the lateral surface is rectified.
After the second calibration unit, the second overturner turns again each brick to its thickness to keep the maximum unloading capacity on the line and to help the handling by the operator for the eventual final palletisation.

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