Manual briquette machines or parquet machines are based on the transportation of the hydraulic machines controlled by the operator with the help of an additional arm and the products produced by handcarts to the drying area. Each production pallet is transported to the machine and its pallets are transported to the drying area by means of the elements. This causes the system to rely on more human power.
In order to mix the mortar that will come to the machine at least in manual systems, a band for transporting the mixer from the mixer to the machine, a certain number of footless pallets on which the products are pressed, and a handcart for transporting the products from the machine to the drying site are required. However, in order to produce on the basis of less human power, bunkers and cement silos and a band and helix that incorporate them into the system are required.
Since manual briquette parquet machines work more on human power than on automation system, installation cost is lower than on automatic machines. It may be preferable to regions where human power is cheaper.
In manual systems, production is more dependent on human power. This leads to daily production at lower levels of human origin. Moreover, due to the problems of human-induced adaptation, there can be problems in production.
Many of our products are manufactured in our machine, such as gutter stone, grass stone pavers.