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  HAMGAM SANAT started the development of brick manufacturing factories more than 26 years  ago.More than one hundred HAMGAM SANAT designed, built and supported line are in existence in and around IRAN. HAMGAM SANAT brick factory experts with their vast experience are available to any discerning HAMGAM SANAT customer to give the right advice .The HAMGAM SANAT TEAM will respond to any enquiry from past, existing and future customers. 

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Manufacture of bricks is generally a good business. a successful brick manufacturing business has three main items:

1. the correct type of clay soil should be available in quantities required .

2. a good production factory consisting of good quality robust machinery and an energy efficient drying and firing process.

3- a good market for the products. Besides the above sound technical and managerial ability to manage the production process is essential. after sales support for the machinery is another asset .

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Business of brick making

Manufacture of bricks is generally a good business. a successful brick manufacturing business has three main items:1. the correct type of clay soil should be available in quantities required .2. a good production factory consisting of good quality robust machinery and an energy efficient drying and firing process. 3- a good market for the products. besides the above sound technical and managerial ability to manage the production process is essential. after sales support for the machinery is another asset .*QUALITY IS A TRADITION AT HAMGAM SANAT*.Read more

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Hoffman Kilns

Post on 01 November 2016
by Omid

Hoffman Kilns

Along the brick kiln, every 4 to 5 meters, an inlet and outlet span is erected. The distance between each two spans is called a Ghamir. The roof of the brick kiln has some holes at regular distances of 60 to 70cm from each other. These holes are called carburetor-jets. Some valves for air vacuum are also available in the lower part of the brick kiln.

 

To perform the baking process, the Ghamirs are loaded in an intersectional manner with bricks. The end of the Ghamirs are closed with a wall of bricks, and the span of the brick kiln is mudded. The carburetor-jets push the fuel mixture gas and air forcefully into the kiln through the holes of carburetor-jets. Through the vacuum produced by air valves, the fire is directed to all parts of the Ghamirs and the baking process is carried out.

The temperature required for baking the mud-bricks is about 1000° centigrade, which should gradually be produced through pre-heating. When the stage of baking in every Ghamir is over, its air valves are closed, and the valves of the next Ghamir are opened in order to direct the fire towards itself. The carburetor-jets are also alternately moved on the roof of the kiln to apply the temperature evenly to all parts of the kiln.
The baking work in every Ghamir lasts between 2.5 and 3 hours. After this time, some holes are made in the mudded area until the space of the Ghamir is gradually cooled. Then, the spans are opened and the baked blocks are transferred from inside the kiln to the trucks by conveyor strips

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