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Handling of interlocking concrete block cubes: feeding, destacking, stacking, turning

Although the production of interlocking paving blocks is largely automated, there are still process steps in which the not yet strapped and therefore unstable block layers must be shifted. For these interfaces, Probst offers its intelligent and extensively proven solutions.

The ATZ-P pneumatic cubing plant enables destacking or stacking of up to two interlocking block layers. The transport clamp is attached directly to the hook of a craneway and is controlled with an ergonomic guiding handle with an integrated manual control valve. A pneumatic locking cylinder holds the blocks on two or on...

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