What makes the BETONBLOCK® system so special? It creates construction opportunities that are not feasible with cast concrete. Because no cement is needed, the blocks create a stable repositionable stack system with limitless expandability, ideal for temporary and / or permanent building structures. A flexible answer to your needs of tomorrow that may be different than your requirements of today. By using concrete blocks you can modify and expand any time.
BETONBLOCK® produces high quality concrete block molds in various forms and sizes. Continuous innovation resulted in products with a better operability, less investment for the purchaser and more flexibility in usage. This resulted in a unique and extensive product range with molds in various forms and sizes, and endless building possibilities. The most accurate production equipment assures our products meet high quality standards to produce the best final product.
This makes the Betonblock system the fastest growing system on the market with over 3,000 customers in 45 countries around the world. Betonblock keeps all its products in stock and delivers across Europe in a few days.
Disposing of leftover concrete is expensive, and a waste of material. In addition to the production of concrete blocks from new concrete, added value can be created from surplus concrete, by processing the waste into a simple but very efficient by-product that reduces processing costs and provides an optional source of income. Concrete block molds are thé solution for concrete plants, recycling firms and other business who want to effectively process their residual concrete, and for companies that focus on the production of quality concrete blocks.
To simplify transport and moving of the finished products, matching transport accessories for the concrete blocks and concrete slabs have been developed.
When the block is cured, the mold is removed and the block, that is casted on its side, needs to be turned into the right position. The CL60 or CL80 concrete block clamp is used to lift the cured block onto a so called BT2500 Block-turner. The engine driver then uses the remote control and the block-turner tilts the block. Alternatively, the block can also be tilted using a forklift truck and 2 tyres. Once they are in the upright position, the blocks are lifted with the concrete block clamp to put them in the right place. The concrete block clamp is connected to a forklift truck by either the CLA Lifting beam or a lifting chain.
The benefit of a lifting beam is to stabilize the block and prevent it from starting to swing.
The R1900 Rotator has been developed as an additional tool for the forklift truck to grip and rotate the concrete blocks to set them aside for storage and further curing. Because of the hydraulic rotation the concrete blocks can be easily maneuvered into the correct position, but the Rotator cannot be used to build a wall. It is merely a device to turn the blocks.
For the concrete slabs the LTM Lift- and turn mechanism is available that must be attached to the forklift truck to turn the slab in the upright position. The lifting beam can also be used to place concrete slabs.