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  • All spare parts are produced by reputable brands
  • Machines are easy to operate and maintain
  • Machines economize raw materials
  • Able to produce other types of blocks such as solid blocks, paver blocks, and so on.
  • Block made with wire cutting technology and subjected to heat treatment
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LMT4-40 Manual Concrete Brick Making Machine

LMT4-40 Manual Concrete Brick Making Machine

With a dimension of barely 2050×1660×1900mm, this manual brick making machine is pretty small. It is important to note that it still has high efficiency and produces certified bricks of high quality even with its size. Its easy operation and maintenance make it a go-to for many brick manufacturers.

Although a belt conveyor is excluded, there is a concrete mixer, two trolleys, a spare parts box, and a free hollow block mould. If you wish to produce other types of bricks, you can simply change the mould.

  • Pallet size : 850*450*30mm
  • Forming cycle: 40 seconds
  • Production capacity: 2240 pieces/8 hours (hollow blocks), 4480 pieces/8 hours (porous blocks), and 6720 pieces/8 hours (pavement bricks) and 4, 9, and 14 pieces per mould, respectively.
  • Power: 5kw
LMT4-35 Manual Block Making Machine

LMT4-35 Manual Block Making Machine

This manual concrete brick making machine is developed on the base of LMT4-40. It shares several features with the former, but it possesses some additional features. If you need an improvement, go for this one.

A significant addition is the inclusion of a materials hopper which makes it able to fit a 6m conveyor belt. This feature, among others, makes it more efficient than LMT4-40.

LMT4-35 has a super vibration motor powered by electricity. This makes bricks of high quality, strength, and density.

  • Pallet size : 850*450*30mm
  • Forming cycle: 35 seconds
  • Production capacity: 2880 pieces/8 hours (hollow blocks), 5760 pieces/8 hours (porous blocks), and 9920 pieces/8 hours (pavement bricks) and 4,9 and 14 pieces per mould, respectively.
  • Power:2kw

LMT4-26 Manual Brick Making Machine Price

If you’re a block manufacturer wishing to begin your business, this would be a good fit. Its small size, high efficiency, solid frame, low cost, and super vibrations make it quite suitable for small brick making enterprises.

Apart from other additions present in similar models, this brick making machine has a mixer attached.

The mixer is fitted with a vibration motor that produces super vibrations to mix your raw materials thoroughly.

You can use a wide range of raw materials with this machine: Sand, Cement, Fly-ash, Concrete, Boiler Slag, Mountain Flour, and Industrial Waste.

  • Pallet size : 850*450*30mm
  • Forming cycle: 20-26 seconds
  • Production capacity: 3200 pieces/8 hours (hollow blocks), 6720 pieces/8 hours (porous blocks), and 12000 pieces/8 hours (pavement bricks) and 4,9 and 14 pieces per mould, respectively.
  • Power:65kw
QMJ2-40 Manual Brick Making Machine

QMJ2-40 Manual Brick Making Machine

This is a small hollow block making machine. Its compact and small size, and affordable price make it suitable for small block making industries. Despite the volume and price, it is highly efficient and possesses high production capacity.

To install this machine, you only need 100-300 square meters of a concrete floor. Apart from interlocking bricks, this machine can produce hollow blocks, porous blocks, solid blocks, and so on. Using this machine cuts labor cuts tremendously: it takes only 2-3 people to operate it.

  • Pallet size: none
  • Forming cycle: 20 seconds
  • Production capacity: 3000-4000 pieces/8 hours.
  • Power: 5kw
QMJ4-45 Manual Brick Machine

QMJ4-45 Manual Brick Machine

QMJ4-45 is a small manual hollow block making machine. The four wheels affixed to this manual block making machine give it mobility.

The manufacturers have implemented a technical modification in this machine. Instead of the former one-time vibration, a two-time vibration technique has been incorporated. Therefore the machine produces blocks of high density, strength, and overall quality.

  • Pallet size: none
  • Forming cycle: 45 seconds
  • Production capacity: 2400-4000 pieces/8 hours and 4-6 pieces per mould.
  • Power: 8kw

QCM4-30 Manual Block Making Machine

The model QCM4-30 is a small, manual, hollow block making machine. This machine is an egg-laying machine without the need for a pallet; that is, it makes blocks directly to the floor. Hence you wouldn’t need a spacious workspace.

The frame is built to last; with solid steel and special welding techniques.

  • Pallet size: none
  • Forming cycle: 30-40 seconds
  • Production capacity: 2000-2500 pieces/8 hours and 4-13 pieces per mould.
  • Power: 5Hp diesel engine.

QMJ4-30 Hydraulic Mobile Block Machine

QMJ4-30 is a hydraulic mobile brick-making machine that works by shortening the molding cycle (25-30 secs). Small footprint, automatic movements triggered by the touch of a button makes it very easy to operate. It is best suited for small-scale business owners and home users.

Technical Specifications:

  • Operating Power: 7 kW
  • Production Capacity: 4000-4600 pcs/day
ECO Brava Manual Brick Making Machine

ECO Brava Manual Brick Making Machine

Eco Brava is a manual clay interlocking brick making machine. As the name implies, it is used to produce clay/soil/earth bricks or interlocking bricks.

The manufacturers of this machine adopted a hydraulic pressure system for moulding. Hence, the hydraulic press offers a pressure of about 60mpa to create bricks of high quality. It is powered by both electricity and diesel.

Any type, design, size, and shape of interlocking brick can be manufactured using this machine by exchanging the mould. Apart from interlocking bricks, it produces other types of blocks.

  • Pallet size: none
  • Forming cycle: 20-25 seconds
  • Production capacity:1440-1920 pieces/8 hours
  • Power:2kw or 16Hp diesel engine.
ECO BRB Interlocking Manual Brick Machine

ECO BRB Interlocking Manual Brick Machine

This machine produces interlocking bricks of different shapes, sizes, and designs, by changing the mould.

If you are in the market for a manual clay interlocking brick making Machine with increased capacity, the Eco brb is your choice: it produces two bricks per mould and shapes a mould in only 20 seconds. Hence, you save time but still maintain quality.

The mould has been subjected to a carburisation treatment, and precise line cutting welding has been applied to increase mould durability and precision.

  • Pallet size: none
  • Forming cycle: 20 seconds
  • Production capacity: 3500 pieces/8 hours
  • Power: 2kw or 16Hp diesel engine.
LT2-40 Manual Brick Making Machine

LT2-40 Manual Brick Making Machine

This is a cheap interlocking brick making machine. It does not accumulate any operating cost on diesel or electricity because it is entirely hand-operated. Hence, it’s a good fit for small enterprises and regions with no or erratic power supply.

This manual interlocking brick making machine relies on a manual press using a manual lever that produces a hydraulic pressure of 10mpa to form quality blocks. With this machine, you can make interlocking bricks using clay, mud, earth, cement, or concrete.

  • Pallet size: none
  • Forming cycle: 30-40 seconds
  • Production capacity: 1280-1440pcs/8 hours and two bricks per mould.
  • Power: Entirely manual
M7MI Manual Brick Machine

M7MI Manual Brick Machine

The M7MI is a manual interlocking brick making machine that’s easy to operate. A standout feature of this machine is that the compression chamber, mixer, and diesel engine are all mounted on sturdy trailers. The wheels make it easy to pull this machine with a tractor or a big van. Apart from that, it’s entirely reliant on diesel.

These two features combine to make this interlocking brick making machine a good fit for remote regions. The mixer has a volume of 180 litres. Hence, you don’t need to buy an extra mixer. There’s no need to have any advanced or technical knowledge to operate this machine.

  • Pallet size: none
  • Forming cycle: 15-20 seconds
  • Production capacity: 2400 pieces/8 hours.
  • Power: 12Hp diesel engine.
M7MI Twin Manual Brick Making Machine

M7MI Twin Manual Brick Making Machine

Just as the name implies, this machine shares numerous similarities with the M7MI. However, many features have been added, which makes it more efficient.

It has two moulds (can produce two blocks at a time) and two working positions, with each equipped with its mould, operating handle, and hopper (hence can do two different operations at a time).

To make it more efficient,  two oil cylinders have been included. Both the cylinders and valves are imported from reputable manufacturers in Japan and Italy.

It has two power sources: electricity and diesel.

  • Pallet size: none
  • Forming cycle: 15-20 seconds
  • Production capacity: 3000-4000 pieces/8 hours.
  • Power: 12Hp diesel engine

Lontto Manual Brick Making Machine Factory

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Lontto Manual Brick Making Machine

Lontto is a reputable hollow block making machine manufacturer based in China. For over 30 years, they have consistently produced quality and durable machines used worldwide. There have been no complaints regarding their quality or the quality of the blocks they produce.

The small size and low cost make them suited for you if you have a low budget or just starting on the business. Without prior technical training, you would find operating this machine straightforward. All you need to do is constantly consult the manual in case of difficulties.

There are manual concrete blocks, clay manual interlocking brick, mobile manual block making machines.

The manual concrete block making machines are of varied models. The models are LMT4-40, LMT4-35, and LMT4-26. The concrete blocks are of high quality and compressive strength. If you choose to use any of these blocks, they won’t compromise the integrity of your structure.

Clay manual interlocking brick making machines include ECO BRAVA, ECO BRB, LT2-40, M7MI, and M7MI TWIN. Some have moulds that are exchangeable, while others have a permanent mould that cannot be exchanged. You can trust fully in the strength of the clay bricks.

Mobile manual hollow block making machines include QMJ2-40, QMJ4-45, QMY4-30, and QCM4-30. These machines don’t require a pallet since they produce blocks directly to the concrete floor. They are small, possess four wheels, and have sturdy frames made of strong iron.

Lontto makes things smooth for you. We offer free training and technical assistance for maintenance and repairs. There is also free accommodation for you if you wish to visit our factory to make an order in person. If you want to make an order online, contact our customer service desk to guide you through the process. We can also send you the prices of each machine.

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The Ultimate Guide: Manual Block Making Machine

What is a manual brick/block making machine?

The name itself gives an insight into what it is. It is simply a block/brick making machine that is hand-operated to an extent. Hence, such machines need about 2-4 workers to operate them successfully.

What are the advantages of using manual machines?

  • Cost reduction

Reduction in cost of purchase is a primary advantage of manual machines. Unlike automatic block making machines, manual block making machines are very affordable. This critical feature makes them suitable for block manufacturers just starting or those with a small budget.

Also, maintenance and operating costs are comparatively lower.

  • Consumes less space

Manual block/brick machines are small in size, making them great for countries with high land costs and manufacturers with a small factory space.

  • Efficient

Even with their small sizes, manual machines still have a large production capacity than making blocks entirely by hand.

  • Durable

The frame of manual block making machines produced by Lontto is composed of hard steel. This makes them rust-resistant and makes them long-lasting.

Also, the spare parts are from manufacturers of high repute. These manufacturers are associated with quality, durable, and reliable machine parts which are easy to find and replace (if need be).

  • Easy to operate

One cannot find block machines that are easy to operate as manual machines. The operation procedures are lacking technicalities. A thorough read-through of the operating manual is sufficient.

  • Movable

Most manual block machines are borne on sturdy wheels. Hence, you can move them anywhere within your factory with ease and attach them to tractors or big vans when transporting them to construction sites.

  • Lower investment risk

Since you’re committing a low amount when purchasing this machine, you will be able to cover the cost before long. Also, in the event of a mechanical challenge (it wouldn’t be happening anytime soon), you would be able to bear it.

  • Produces different types of blocks from various raw materials

Aside from hollow blocks, these machines deliver blocks of different types such as paver blocks, solid blocks, interlocking bricks, and so on.

  • Cuts production time

Contrary to expectations, manual block making machines still have a low shaping cycle that ranges from 20 to 45 seconds. Some of these machines can produce 2-14 blocks per mould. Due to this, you can finish your project in a short time.

What are the types of blocks?

Basically, there are two types of blocks

  • Solid blocks

These have no spaces within them, making them a good fit for foundations, columns, pillars, and other support structures in buildings. They are strong, sturdy, and offer stability in facilities.

  • Hollow Blocks

These blocks have holes hence their name. The holes consume about 25-50% of the total block. They have application as conduits for electric wiring, plumbing pipes, etc. hollow blocks are subdivided into:

  • Stretcher block
  • Corner block
  • Pillar block
  • Jamb block
  • Partition block
  • Lintel block
  • Frogged brick block
  • Bullnose block

What are the advantages of hollow blocks?

  • Highly durable

Strong vibrations and immense hydraulic pressure make hollow blocks. The combination of these two gives birth to a strong hollow block.

  • It costs less to produce

Hollow blocks are cost-efficient. Unlike bricks, fewer hollow blocks can take more space in a building. Hence, there’s a reduction in labour costs and the amount spent on raw materials.

  • Perfect insulators.

The spaces in hollow blocks make them perfect thermal and sound insulators. The air spaces within the blocks keep the outside temperature from having a considerable effect on the temperature within the house. Hence, the interior is kept warm in winter and cool in summer. Hence, your energy costs are kept low.

  • Optimum bonding.

Owing to the rough surfaces of hollow blocks, they can form strong bonds with mortar and plaster.

  • Affordable to produce

Hollow blocks are cheap to manufacture.

  • Lightweight

Hollow blocks are lighter than solid blocks. Hence, these blocks are easy to handle by masons and contribute minimally to the weight of the overall structure (this conserves steel).

What are the types of manual block making machines?

Manual hollow block making machines are generally put into two classes:

  • Stationary Hollow block making machines
  • Egg-laying/mobile hollow block making machines

As the names suggest, the primary distinguishing factor between the two classes is mobility. Egg-laying machines have wheels, and hence, blocks can n\be produced directly to the concrete floor. On the other hand, stationary hollow block making machines don’t have wheels, and blocks produced need to be carried on a pallet to the curing section.

How do I choose a manual block making machine?

  • Price

As expected, price is the first thing to consider when buying a manual block making machine. You should contrast the price with the features and amount you’re willing to spare. If the cost is right and the features are perfect, go for it.

  • Production capacity

Production capacity is essential. Moreover, it’s the production capacity of the block that would make you cover the cost you’ve spent on the machine in the shortest possible time. The production capacity is measured per shift (8 hours) and per mould.

  • Vibration power and hydraulic pressure

Hollow block making machines rely on vibration and hydraulic pressure or both to form high-quality blocks. The rule is the higher, the better.

  • Check machine specifications

Make the machine specifications your companion. You shouldn’t make a decision without being fully abreast of all specifications of the machine.

  • Check out the manufacturer.

A quality product comes from a reputable manufacturer. Hence, you should look at their years of existence, customer base, customer service, and survey testimonials from other users.

Lontto has a check on all these features. Hence, you can contact our sales rep to get more details or schedule a visit to our company.

How can I maintain a manual block making machine?

To preserve the quality of your machine, adopting a good maintenance culture is a must. If you don’t, your machine begins to deteriorate in quality and soon parks up. Here are a few tips:

  • Use soft material to clean off all residue immediately after use. Also, clean off the moisture that may accumulate in some parts of the machine.
  • Check the level of the hydraulic oil and lubricate moving parts before use.
  • Any deviation from normal should be reported and fixed immediately.
  • Only allow qualified professionals to service your machine. Leaving it for novices may help to damage the machine
  • Read the manual thoroughly. If you’re confused about any aspect, consult customer service.

What is the price of a manual block making machine?

The prices of manual block making machines differ. It depends on the machine you decide to choose and the features you consider a high priority.

If you’re in confusion, you could send us a message. Our customer service department would be glad to send you a buying guide complete with all specifications and prices of each machine.

How do I start a concrete block business?

Block making is a very profitable venture with unlimited possibilities. However, there are some major considerations you must make before going into it. They are:

  • Plan your budget.

Include all materials and machinery you would need to purchase in your budget. Try as much as you can to not miss any detail.

  • Decide on the type of block you want to produce.
  • Look for land and reliable suppliers for raw materials
  • Consult other people in the business. They would offer you advice.
  • Keep all moulds in dry areas and clean after use.

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