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  • Our paver block making machines produce all types of paver blocks.
  • All machines economise raw materials. You would be able to cut costs on raw materials.
  • Machines have a fault alarm system: saves time in troubleshooting
  • Block moulds undergo carburisation: increases durability and strength.
  • High hydraulic pressure produces quality paver blocks.
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LMT4-40 PAVER BLOCK MACHINE

LMT4-40 Concrete Paver Block Machine

This machine unites little investment with high efficiency, production capacity, and a compact design. By exchanging the mould, it produces paver blocks of all shapes and sizes. Transportation to the curing section is easy; two manual carts have been included. 2-3 workers manually operate it on average. It can produce blocks of high quality by using high vibrations powered by electricity. It is easy to operate and maintain.

  • Cycling speed: 40 seconds
  • Pallet size: 850 *450mm
  • Production capacity: 8000-1000 paver blocks/8 hours and 16 pieces per mould.
  • Power: 9.3kw
LMT4-35 Manual Concrete Paver Block Making Machine

LMT4-35 Manual Concrete Paver Block Making Machine

This model is based on model LMT4-40 with some minor upgrades. A material hopper has been included and can be attached to a 6m conveyor belt. It uses an easy push-pull mould.

If you are looking for increased efficiency and production capacity but have a low budget, this paver block making machine would be good for you.

  • Cycling speed: 35 seconds
  • Pallet size: 850*450mm
  • Production capacity: 10000-12000 paver blocks/8hours and 16 paver blocks/mould.
  • Power: 9.7kw
LMT4-26 Cement Paver Block Making Machine

LMT4-26 Cement Paver Block Making Machine

Beginning the manufacture of paver blocks can be capital intensive due to the high cost of paver block making machines. If this is you, then this machine is a good fit. With vibration power at 35.5KN and vibration frequency as high as 4500 per minute, this paver block making machine manufactures paver bricks of good texture, high compressive force, and excellent overall quality. Unlike LMT4-35, this machine has six (6) leads.

The frame of this paver block making machine is made with 16Mn. Thus, these machine is robust and durable.

This paver block making machine is quite popular in the market because of its affordable and highly profitable.

  • Cycling speed: 20-26 seconds
  • Pallet size: 850*450mm
  • Production capacity: 12000 paver blocks/8hours and 16 paver blocks/mould.
  • Power: 7kw

 

QT4-18 brick manufacturing machine

QT4-18 Automatic Paver Block Making Machine

The QT4-18 is a famous automatic paver block making machine manufactured by Lontto. This machine possesses a high level of flexibility: by simply changing the mould, you can produce blocks of different types, shapes, sizes, and design. The paver block making machine manufacturers have adopted a unique German technology in making this machine even better. It is driven by electricity.

You should go for this paver block making machine if you run a medium to large scale industry, have deep pockets, and need a paver block making machine that combines efficiency with durability.

  • Cycling speed: 15-18 seconds
  • Pallet size: 850*550mm
  • Production capacity: 46080 paver blocks/8hours and 24 blocks/mould.
  • Power: 22kw

 

QT4-15 automatic brick making machine

QT4-15 Paver Block Making Machine Price

This paver block making machine is larger than the model QT4-18. As expected, this also means higher production capacity, efficiency, and production speed. It is fully automatic and relies on a hydraulic system and super-strong vibrations to produce quality paver blocks. The super-strong vibrations are at a high frequency and are vertically synchronous.

The human-machine interface makes this paver block making the machine very easy for you to operate and visualise chance signals. What’s more? All parts are sourced from reputable manufacturers such as Omron, Siemens, Emerson, and Schneider: this guarantees its dependability and reliability.

  • Cycling speed: 15-17 seconds
  • Pallet size: 1020*570mm
  • Production capacity: 59290-67200 paver blocks/8hours and 28 blocks/mould.
  • Power: 27kw
QT6-15 concrete brick making machine for sale

QT6-15 Fully Automatic Paver Brick Machine

This fully automatic block making is quite popular. It has even been shipped to over 100 countries: consistent reports of its efficiency, durability, and quality of the paver blocks it produces. Among the QT series, it’s one of the biggest. It has a recycle feeding system that makes economises of your block making materials.

Due to the carburization of the moulds, you can use it over 120000 times without any degradation. Also, the machine uses a PLC control and a human-machine dialogue system that makes it easy to analyze chance signals.

  • Cycling speed: 15-17 seconds
  • Pallet size: 930*840*25mm
  • Production capacity: 11520 paver blocks/8hours and 28 paver blocks/mould.
  • Power: 43kw
QT8-15 brick making machine price

QT8-15 Concrete Paver Block Machine

QT8-15 helps you save labour: it is fully automatic and controlled by a PLC system, making this machine easy to operate. With a simple glance at the screen, you can communicate with the machine and analyse chance signals and detect faults. This machine also comes with a free set of mould, which can be changed to produce various paver block types.

With this machine, you can mould more paver blocks per mould because the mainframe is large. It is suitable for medium to large-scale paver block making industries.

  • Cycling speed: 15-17 seconds
  • Pallet size: 950*900mm
  • Production capacity: 32256-40320 paver blocks/8hours and 28 paver blocks/mould.
  • Power: 51kW

QT10-15 Automatic Paver Block Machine for Sale

This paver block making machine is fully automatic: from the loading of the raw materials to moulding the blocks. You can be guaranteed the durability and quality of this machine for even five to ten years due to its super-strong frame; special welding techniques are also used. You will need only one worker mainly to monitor the machine, which cuts your labour cost severely.

You can produce different blocks varying in shape, size, and design using this machine. Thus, you can get only one machine instead of buying different machines for different block types.

  • Cycling speed: 10-15 seconds
  • Pallet size: 1100*900mm
  • Production capacity: 57600-72000 paver blocks/8hours and 24 paver blocks/mould.
  • Power: 67kW
ECO BRAVA paver block machine

Eco Brava Interlocking Paver Block Machine

This is a paver block-making machine powered by both diesel and electricity, making it suitable for areas facing epileptic power supply.

It weighs only 480kg and takes a minimal amount of space. Without any prior knowledge, you can operate this machine with ease.

This paver brick making machine relies on hydraulic pressure, which could reach 60mpa to produce paver blocks of high quality.

  • Cycling speed: 40 seconds
  • Pallet size: None
  • Production capacity: 1920-2880 paver blocks/8hours and one paver blocks/mould.
  • Power: Electricity (4kw) or diesel
eco brb interlocking paver block machine

ECO BRB Interlocking Paver Block Machine

ECO Brb bears several similarities with ECO Brava. However, this paver brick making machine is more significant than the model ECO Brava. Apart from its size, it also has a higher production capacity and efficiency than ECO Brava. You can manufacture blocks of different types by changing the brick. This paver brick making machine is also flexible in terms of the raw materials it uses.

Its frame is manufactured from high strength structural steel, and all parts are assembled using special welding techniques. Thus, when you purchase this machine, you are assured of its durability.

  • Cycling speed: 15 seconds
  • Pallet size: None
  • Production capacity: 4000 paver blocks/8hours and two paver blocks/mould.
  • Power: Electricity (2.2kw) or diesel
LT2-40 Manual Interlocking Clay Paver Block Machine

LT2-40 Manual Interlocking Clay Paver Block Machine

This paver block making machine, though hand-operated, is still efficient. If you are searching for an improvement over the model LT1-40, this would be a good choice. It is the ideal paver block making machine for those facing power outages and intends to cut costs on diesel. It is pretty easy to operate; you mustn’t have any technical knowledge.

This machine uses a hand-press which produces a pressure of about 10mpa, to make high-quality paver blocks.

  • Cycling speed: 30-40 seconds
  • Pallet size: None
  • Production capacity: 1280-1440 paver blocks/8hours and two paver blocks/mould.
  • Power: Manual
LT4-10 Clay Interlocking Paver Block Machine

LT4-10 Clay Interlocking Paver Block Machine

This machine is a hydraform automatic paver block making machine. It is controlled by a Siemens electrical PLC (programmable control) system. Its core components are a mixer, a screen, an engine, a conveyor belt, and a Siemens motor. Using high pressure produced by a hydraulic cylinder, this automatic paver block making machine can make high-quality blocks.

This machine is manufactured by Lontto, who has a proven track record of producing machines that are dependable and efficient. Thus, you can rest assured of its quality.

  • Cycling speed: 10 seconds
  • Pallet size: None
  • Production capacity: 11520-23040 paver blocks/8hours and two blocks/mould.
  • Power: 11kw

LT5-10 Automatic Clay Interlocking Paver Block Machine

The LT5-10 is similar to the LT4-10 in many respects. It is automatic, composed of a Siemens PLC, motor, a screen, mixer, an engine, and a conveyor belt. A significant difference between the two is the improvement in the hydraulic system, which causes a higher Hydraulic pressure for LT5-10. Hydraulic pressure is 30-40mpa in LT4-10 and 60mpa in this paver block making machine.

These advantages make LT5-10 more efficient, productive, and faster.

  • Cycling speed: 10 seconds
  • Pallet size: None
  • Production capacity: 14400-28800 paver blocks/8hours and five blocks/mould.
  • Power: 11kw
M7MI Interlocking Paver Making Machine for Sale

M7MI Interlocking Paver Making Machine for Sale

The central selling point of this machine is its mobility. Wheels are attached, thus making it easy to move from one site to the next. Its reliance on diesel means you can use it in the remotest of locations. A mixer has also been attached. With this machine, you will produce blocks of high quality using hydraulic pressure that reaches 16mpa.

  • Cycling speed: 15-20 seconds
  • Pallet size: None
  • Production capacity: 1440 paver blocks/8hours and two blocks/mould.
  • Power: 12HP diesel engine
QT8-15 brick making machine price

QT8-15 Concrete Paver Block Machine

QT8-15 helps you save labour: it is fully automatic and controlled by a PLC system, making this machine easy to operate. With a simple glance at the screen, you can communicate with the machine and analyse chance signals and detect faults. This machine also comes with a free set of mould, which can be changed to produce various paver block types.

With this machine, you can mould more paver blocks per mould because the mainframe is large. It is suitable for medium to large-scale paver block making industries.

  • Cycling speed: 15-17 seconds
  • Pallet size: 950*900mm
  • Production capacity: 32256-40320 paver blocks/8hours and 28 paver blocks/mould.
  • Power: 51kW

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LONTTO PAVER BLOCK MAKING MACHINE

Lontto paver block making machines are also called paver making machines. Lontto manufactures and supplies a wide range of paver block-making machine models ranging from manual, semi-automatic, fully automatic, and hydraulic.

Lontto is a renowned manufacturer and has experience of over 30 years. Within this period, we have been certified by reputable quality assurance organisations. There are over 1000 professionals across different fields working in our factory, over 300 pieces of machinery, and over 30 patents. Our paver block making machines are spread out across several countries stretching from Zambia, Kenya, the USA, the Philippines, and many more. We are constantly receiving orders and haven’t had complaints regarding the quality of the machine or the paver blocks they produce.

Every paver block making machine from lontto produces different shapes, sizes, texture, and shapes; you just need to exchange the mould. Some machines are quite versatile and produce other types of blocks: hollow blocks, interlocking blocks, etc.

You should make inquiries from our customer care desk. We respond pretty fast to any enquiries or problems you might have. We also offer free accommodation to visitors and support for installation, maintenance, and training. If you need the price list, technical data, and product specifications, you should send us a message, and we will respond with an email containing all details.

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The Ultimate Guide: Block Making Machine

What are the types of paver block making machines?

Paver block making machines are divided into three:

  • For manual cement concrete paver block making machine include: LMT4-40, LMT4-35, LMT4-26
  • Interlocking paver block machine: ECO Brava, Eco BRB, Lt2-40, Lt4-10, LT5-10, M7MI
  • Automatic paver machine: QT4-18, QT4-15, QT5-15, QT6-15, QT8-15, QT10-15

Lontto has all of these machines. You should contact our customer care service for prices and details regarding shipping and delivery.

Things to look out for when buying a paver block making machine.

  • Track record of the manufacturer

Doing business with a manufacturer with a good track record is wise. Doing so ensures the safety of your money, quality of your machine, and successful delivery.

You should check for testimonials, recommendations from others, years of existence, etc.

  • Budget

First things first: determine how much you’re willing to spend on a paver block making machine. You can get an idea of the amount from your business plan.

  • Machine specifications

Every machine has its specifications. The specifications give an insight into its durability, production volume, and efficiency.

To get the production capacity, take a look at the production capacity, cycling speed, and the number of paver blocks per mould. If you’re starting, getting a machine with a large production volume or great size might not be essential at the moment. But if you want to scale up production, a machine with medium to large production volume will suffice.

The durability is determined by the iron used for the mainframe and spare parts used. The metal for the mainframe should be a quality one, and the spare parts should be from companies of repute.

  • Power consumption

It would be unwise to buy an electric machine for a region experiencing power outages or epileptic power supply. It’s better to go for a diesel-powered machine. However, if you must go for an electric machine, ensure an alternative source of power supply in case of a power outage. Some machines come with electrical and diesel engines.

Where can I get a paver block making machine?

Lontto manufactures and supplies the best paver block making machines. With a reputation that stretches over 30 years, Lontto’s machines have always proven efficient, durable, and dependable.

Aside from that, Lontto has top-notch customer service that answers any questions or inquiries promptly.

What are the advantages of using paver block making machines?

  • More paver blocks in less time
  • Massive reduction in cost of production and labour.
  • Paver block making machines produce paver blocks of high quality and accuracy in size, design, shape, etc.
  • Economizes raw materials
  • With paver block making machines, you can produce paver blocks of different shapes, sizes, and designs.

What are paver blocks?

What are paver blocks? The name itself gives you a hint as to what they are. Pavement blocks are simply blocks used to cover pavements and driveways. They are one of the popular choices for exterior finishings. This is due to the beauty, and class they add to the ground. Apart from that, they are easy to maintain and last longer: some have been reported to last for up to 20 years with little maintenance along the way.

Aside from these, paver blocks are comfortable and easy to walk on. You don’t need to be scared of slipping (they are slip-resistant and skid-resistant), being hurt by sharp objects, and so forth.

Paver blocks come in different shapes, sizes, designs, and colours.

What are the applications of paver blocks?

Paver blocks have a wide range of applications: whether commercial, residential, etc. In recent years, the usage of paver blocks has experienced an explosion due to their aesthetic appeal and many other advantages. Many people are choosing to go for it instead of other options.

You can use paver blocks in:

  • Driveways
  • Patios
  • Parks
  • Gardens
  • Walkways
  • Road surfacing
  • Playgrounds
  • Office entrances
  • Streets
  • Airport runways
  • Areas around fountains
  • Containers or bus terminals etc.

It’s expected that as time goes on, people will discover more creative ways to use paver blocks. Even presently, the list above does not represent all the ways to use paver blocks.

What are the types of paver blocks?

Paver blocks are majorly divided into two:

  • Concrete paver blocks

As the name implies, these paver blocks are made from concrete. There are different shapes, sizes, and colours. They have two surfaces; one is smooth while the other is rough. You have various colours to choose from, but you must take care of: some colours fade over time.

Concrete paver blocks are perfect for areas associated with heavy-duty transportation, such as driveways, streets, etc.

  • Clay paver blocks

These paver blocks are also known as bricks or cobbles.

A common feature of clay blocks is that both sides are the same, making them interchangeable. Most of them are rectangular, but you can also manufacturer other shapes to fit your desire.

Unlike concrete paver blocks, clay paver blocks come in natural colours. Thus, they are resistant to colour fading.

Another scheme for classifying paver blocks is via their shapes.

  • Type A: these have plain, vertical surfaces that don’t key into each other when paved in any pattern
  • Type B: These have alternating plain and curved surfaces which key into each other when paved in any pattern.
  • Type C: These paver blocks are similar to type Bs, but all surfaces are curved. Hence, they fit into each other like a jigsaw puzzle.
  • Type D: These are L and X shaped paver blocks with curved surfaces. Thus, they can fit into each other when paved.

Paver blocks can also be subdivided based on style. They are:

  • Standard rectangular
  • Moulded
  • Tumbled
  • Textured
  • Non-rectangular
  • Special applications

What should I consider before choosing paver blocks?

There are several types of paver blocks out there, differing by shape, design, colour, size, etc. thus, making a choice can be confusing. However, search no further: these tips will guide you along your journey.

  • Should I choose clay or concrete?:

This is the first choice to make. To make this choice successfully, you must have a firm grasp of the advantages and disadvantages of each option. These are some things to consider:

  • Budget

Before choosing a paver block, you should consider the cost of the block and its installation.

Concrete paver blocks cost less than clay blocks. However, the difference in cost between clay paver blocks and some colours of concrete paver blocks is sometimes not significant.

  • Time of use

Concrete blocks don’t last as long as clay bricks. Sometimes, they would need to be replaced or touched up a little.

Clay bricks can last as long as over 20 years without any replacements. As they age, they get more beautiful.

Thus, if you want a long-lasting paver block, clay is the best choice. However, that would be if you have the money to spare.

  • Colour scheme of the surrounding area.

The environment plays a massive role in choosing a paver block.

The surrounding environment determines the colour of the paver block hugely. When choosing colours, you should ignore matching the surrounding colour but complimenting it. A rudimentary knowledge of complementary colours is a necessity. You wouldn’t want to choose a colour that overwhelms the eye or causes migraines. The colour must blend with the buildings, the garden, and even the overall atmosphere.

If you lack knowledge of colour schemes, you can consult an exterior designer.

If you’re confused, consult other buildings around the area: what colours do they use? How does it look? Doing so would give you an insight into mistakes to avoid or what you should improve on.

  • Style of the surrounding building

The choice of paver blocks goes a long way to attenuates the overall feeling you want for your building. Some styles of paver blocks, give a building an olden-day feel. Others makes a building look modern. As expected, a style, color, or design used in a residential building might be a poor fit for an office building.

You can consult other buildings or exterior designers before choosing a paver block style.

  • Expected traffic

It would be unwise to choose a fragile paver block for an area having trucks, lorries, or buses passing over it. You will have a destroyed pavement in a very short while. Different paver blocks are used for areas having no traffic, light traffic, medium traffic, or high traffic. Consult your paver block manufacturer or an engineer for specifications of the paver block before using it.

How are paver blocks made?

Manufacturing paver blocks consists of three main steps: calculation, mixing, moulding, and curing.

  • Calculation

Getting the mixture right, is the foundation to getting a quality paver block. You have to get the proportion of the water, cement or soil, and aggregates. The proportion is on the advice of a qualified professional.

Before you start the calculation, you should decide on what you want to use the paver blocks for. As expected, areas with low traffic will require low strength pavers unlike high traffic areas.

  • Mixing

After deciding on the proportion, you should mix them up. Some machines come with mixers while others do not.

If you have a mixer, place all the raw materials in the mixer and allow it to rotate for 15-20 minutes. Make sure all raw materials are mixed thoroughly before you beginning using the mortar. If you are making concrete paver blocks, the colour can be changed by adding colouring agents.

  • Moulding

When using paver block making machines, moulding is done by the machine. Moulding is done by vibrations used to eliminate porosity and hydraulic pressure to apply pressure to mould the block.

The mould you decide to use depends on the shape, size and design of the paver block.

  • Curing and drying

Before you can use a paver block,, it must dry first. Manual carts/trolleys are used to carry the paver blocks to the curing section to dry for 18-24 hours. You should sprinkle water every 6 hours.

What are the advantages of using paver blocks for construction?

  • Unlike other surfaces, they don’t need serious maintenance. An intermittent wash with water and daily sweeping will do.
  • Weather or climate does not affect paver blocks. They are suitable for any weather condition.
  • If any portion of the paver block gets damaged, you can easily replace them.
  • Using paver blocks makes construction fast. The production volume for paver blocks is high. Unlike other surfaces, paver block surfaces take less time.
  • Paver blocks are pretty easy to install. No need for a special machine.
  • Paver blocks come in different shapes, designs, sizes, and colours. Hence, you have a large pool to choose from. Apart from that, this makes them an excellent fit for different buildings, locations, etc.
  • Paver blocks give an aesthetic appeal. Many exterior designers recommend paver blocks to add that spice and aesthetic appeal to the exterior of a building.

How are Pavers installed?

  • Laying the foundation

Laying the foundation is the first and most crucial step. It is instrumental to getting a perfect pavement: mistakes in this stage can result in drastic consequences. First off, clear the area of any unstable material, stumps, gravel, or any other material that might distort the surface. Level the ground, and pour the bedding sand.

You should pay attention to the depthparticular and slope; they are both determined by t the use of the pavement. Areas with no to medium traffic are usually shallower than areas with high traffic.

  • Installation of edge restraint or edge blocks

The edge restraint is used to prevent lateral movements of the bedding or the paver blocks. This is especially prevalent in driveways, streets, and high traffic areas.

The edge restraint must be composed of hard concrete that can withstand the movements. Rigid restraints could be the edge of a house, kerbs and so on.

  • Laying of pavers

You should begin placing the pavers onto the prepared foundation. Laying can be done manually or via hand-pushed trolleys. It is best to start from the edge and work your way towards the centre.

  • Compaction

After laying the pavers, spread a little bit of sand across the surface. Then pass a vibrating plate compactor across the surface. It’s advisable to do this immediately after laying the blocks. Two passes of the compactor are sufficient to achieve it.

Finally, spread masonry sand or dry paver joint across the surface. Allow a vibrating plate compactor to pass over the paver blocks to fill up joints and spaces that might appear between the paver blocks.

 

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