Single Shaft Concrete Mixer VS Twin Shaft Concrete Mixer
Sep 23, 2020
The common models of single shaft concrete mixers are JDC350 and JDC500. Although it also belongs to the compulsory mixer as the twin shaft concrete mixer, the difference between the two is still very big. Let’s have a look together.
The difference in the transmission system of the mixing shaft
The transmission system of the single shaft concrete mixer is a chain transmission structure, while the transmission system of the double-shaft mixer is a V-belt and gear structure. Compared to a single shaft mixer, the noise generated by the double-shaft mixer during the transmission process is relatively low.
In addition, the twin shaft concrete mixer has an overload protection function, which is relatively safe and convenient, therefore it is widely used in different kinds of concrete batching plants.
The difference in mixing effect
The mixing effect of the single shaft concrete mixer is not always good. In the production of common types of concrete, the mixing effect is comparable to that of the twin shat concrete mixer. But for some special concrete mixer or the concrete with high requirements, its mixing effect is very poor. The overall mixing effect of the twin-shaft mixers is better and their wearing degree is very low.
The difference in discharging performance
The size of the discharge port of the single shaft concrete mixer is fixed, so it is difficult to adjust in actual production. Its discharge door is very easy to be stuck, thus having a general discharging performance.
The twin shaft concrete mixer effectively solves this problem, and its discharge performance is relatively excellent.
Simply speaking, the twin shaft concrete mixer is better than single shaft concrete mixer in terms of the whole performance, but the single shaft mixer is more cost-effective and suitable for small construction projects. As a concrete mixer machine manufacturer, Haomei Machinery has both kinds. Welcome to leave message below to get a quote.