Cement pipeline needs regular maintenance. Cement pipeline maintenance can be roughly divided into two methods: distillation maintenance and natural maintenance. Distillation maintenance requirements use distillation tanks, building maintenance tanks, which are generally sized according to their own production capacity and the size of the mold. Generally, the steam pipe will condense after 2.5--3.5 hours of steam curing. During distillation, the higher the temperature, the shorter the time and the better the effect. The time of steaming is inversely proportional to the temperature of the steam.
For natural maintenance, there is no need for a distillation tank. After the cement pipe is finished, the cement pipe and the mold are placed in the open air for natural maintenance. Generally, after the cement pipe is finished, it needs to be maintained in the open air at the time of the day, and the mold can be opened the next day. After the mold, natural maintenance is also required for 4-6 days, and a special person sprays water three times a day on the concrete pipe. The time is usually once in the morning, noon once, and once in the afternoon. Gradually set, the number of water sprays can also be added and reduced according to the weather conditions and the humidity of the weather. However, there are many molds for natural maintenance.