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You have been in the game for a while, developing brick making machines is in your blood, we get that. But why are you struggling to sell your brick making equipment? Well let’s assume you have been around for a long time, and are not just starting up your business, even though this blog post may just assist you too! Firstly you need to ask yourself a couple questions, and be honest with yourself.

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What is required to start a brick and block making yard?

Why should I start a brick or block yard?

The small scale production of concrete bricks and blocks for masonry is well suited to small business. Production can be done outside in the open, the process is simple and the block making machines you require do no require a high capital investment. This means you can start a block yard relatively cheaply, and your profits can be fairly decent, this will depend on various factors as described below.

Before you start a block yard? Consider these first.

Determine first what demand is there for blocks and bricks in your area, and find out if there is any competition that you will be competing with. Try get an average of how many blocks you could be making in a month, to try get some sort of guideline. There are various sized machines that can produce anything from a few hundred blocks or bricks a day to a couple thousand. Even tens of thousands if you have the budget to play with. Why not request a quote from our brick making machine suppliers and start comparing quotes today.

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Equipment

Blockyard equipment consists essentially of a means of moulding blocks, a concrete mixer, and various general- purpose tools and equipment. These are discussed below.

Blockmaking equipment

There are two basic types of equipment, depending on the method of moulding the blocks:

• Stationary machines that mould blocks, one or more at a time, on pallets.
• “Egg-layer” machines that mould blocks on a concrete slab.

Concrete mixer

It is possible to make blocks on a small scale without a concrete mixer. Hand mixing has the advantage of reducing the amount of capital required and providing employment, but may limit output and not always be thorough. Hand mixing should be done with shovels on a concrete slab or flat steel sheet. Never mix directly on the ground because this results in contamination of the mix.

A pan mixer is the only type of machine mixer suitable for blockyards. Pan mixers, with a forced mixing action, can cope with the semi-dry mixes used for making blocks. Drum mixers do not work because they cannot mix the semi-dry concrete. The output of the mixer should match that of the brick making machine. A mixer of adequate capacity for making hollow units may have insufficient capacity for solid units.

Read more: How To Make Bricks And Blocks

So we have just launched this website directory for brick making machine companies in South Africa, and we have already received our first quote request! This just shows you how powerful we will be making this system in the months to come. We will be working on this website every week to make it rank on Google and to get high volumes of traffic, and not just any traffic. The kind of traffic that is looking for brick making machine suppliers.

We have made it easy for people to get in-touch with our database of businesses that will be able to give them quotes on all their brick making machines requirements, by supplying one quote form that will be a single point of contact for a wide range of professional companies in South Africa that supply brick making machinery.

We hope you find this website useful, we are open to any suggestions that you may have. Please feel free to contact us if you wish to give us some feedback.