Hailiqiang's lightweight partition wall slab is a high-performance lightweight internal partition wall slab, which has the characteristics of high strength, high sound insulation, excellent fire resistance, high efficiency, easy processing and no pollution. Through a set of variable speed screws, the concrete is squeezed and compacted into a lightweight slab in a relatively closed mold, and the production of the lightweight slab is completed through dimensional cutting, packaging and maintenance. The automation covers the ingredients and extrusion molding, which solves the artificial quality factors in the production process. The consistency and stability of the product have reached a high level to ensure the quality of the product.
The raw materials of this slab are taken from the slag and construction waste of Macun Power Plant, which solves the problem of disposal of slag and construction waste of power plant. The product quality meets the national GB / T23449-2009 and GB / T23451-2009 standards. Due to the light weight and thin thickness of the battens, the weight of the building is greatly reduced, and the area of the building is increased. In addition to the internal partition walls of residential buildings, it can also be used for external walls, two-storey self-supporting buildings and industrial plants. Insulation, sound insulation and non-load-bearing walls and insulation panels on the roof are conducive to the modernization of frame structure high-rise buildings and the residential industry. It is an environmentally-friendly and energy-saving product promoted by the state and meets national industrial policies and industry standards. With the market's awareness of wall panels, product demand is gradually increasing. Hainan is currently constructing large-scale habitable "migratory bird-type" small-sized houses. The use of lightweight partition walls and siding wall materials made by Hailiqiang makes the building's construction area more utilized, which is the first choice for future partition materials. .