The manufacturing process of a ribbon mortar mixer generally involves the following steps:
1. Cutting and Fabrication:
The blades of the mixer are typically made of stainless steel and are cut and formed into the desired shape.
The blades are attached to a central shaft using welding. The welding process involves heating the metal to a high temperature and then fusing the metals.
The ribbon mortar mixer housing is typically made of carbon steel or stainless steel and is often fabricated by cutting and welding.
The blades are fitted into the ribbon mortar mixer housing and welded into place. The shaft is then attached to a drive motor, and the mixer is assembled.
The ribbon mortar mixer is tested to ensure it functions properly and meets the required specifications.
The welding steps involved in manufacturing a ribbon mortar mixer depend on the design and construction of the mixer. Generally, the blades are welded onto the central shaft using a MIG or TIG welding process. The welds are inspected to ensure they are solid and defects-free. The mixer housing is also welded together using a similar approach. In some cases, additional welds may be added to reinforce critical areas of the ribbon mortar mixer.