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What raw materials are used for environmentally-friendly permeable bricks?

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更新时间:2018年11月13日12:49:51 打印此页 关闭 Clicks: 796 Updated: November 13, 2018 12:49:51 Print this page Close

Everyone knows that environmentally-friendly permeable bricks are building materials that can turn slag into waste. This is because the environmentally permeable bricks have very low requests for original materials during consumption. Most of them are construction dregs. It can be said that with environmentally permeable bricks, the world is golden.

Most of the raw materials for environmentally-friendly permeable bricks are slag, slag, sand, stone powder, tailings sand, water slag, fly ash, construction slag, etc. Everyone knows that fly ash is the most polluting environment, but China's annual output of fly ash As much as 1,000 tons, most of them have not been used, not only waste resources, but environmental pollution is becoming increasingly serious. When pollution reaches a certain level, people have to figure out ways to manage it. A large number of practical tests have proved that fly ash is a better raw material for environmentally-friendly permeable bricks. After processing, fly ash not only completes the re-application of resources, but also saves energy, has less investment, and has lower costs.


Turning dregs into waste is a topic of worldwide concern, because it can not only improve the environment, but also save resources and complete the recycling application of resources. With the advancement of urbanization from time to time, the output of construction dregs has increased year by year, but the construction dregs can be transformed into modern, new and environmentally permeable bricks that are in short supply after passing through brick making lines such as crushers and brick making machines. Creating objective economic benefits can be described as killing two birds with one stone.

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