Battery mould

Battery mould
Battery mould
Battery mould
Battery mould
Battery mould
Battery mould

Battery mould is a part of industrial complex equipment, which is used when concrete goods are produced by cassette method.  The idea of cassette method is that the panels are vertically formed in separable cassette moulds. Concrete strength is gained in the same moulds.  This way of manufacturing is used when producing intermediate concrete slabs, balcony slabs, internal load-bearing panels and airbricks. Vertical moulding method makes it possible to achieve high quality surface and trueness to size, what is extremely important while producing interior use panels. Moreover, cassette method is distinguished by high volume production capability and rather small labor costs. 

“M-Konstruktor” battery mould specifications

Battery moulds are cassette supporting structures in industrial complex and have a function of assembling and demolding final panels.

Demolding installation includes the following structural parts: machine walls (front and back), support beams, a pumping unit, a frame attached to the levers, a hydraulic motor, electrical equipment, a balancer.
Thermal panels provide goods to gain concrete strength in cassette installations. Water or vapor can be used as a thermal medium. The number of frame bays in battery mould depends on the concrete goods production volume per day.

“M-Konstruktor” battery moulds meet the security standards while deliberate control elements eliminate the risk of operating personnel injury (while meeting security means).

Battery mould
Battery mould
Battery mould
Battery mould
Battery mould
Battery mould


Cost of production and delivery

If you want to get information concerning the production cost of the moulds and its production time, please to contact our specialists by phone: +7 (81153) 6-10-05 or e-mail: info@m-konstruktor.ru.

Delivery is available throughout the territory of European Union and Eurasian Union countries and other countries. Shipment is available in different ways: by railroad, by heavy trucks, by sea.