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Method and apparatus for processing a mix, preferably concrete mix










Image Number 5 for United States Patent #4872760.

A method according to the invention involves continuously moving a mix within a closed vessel having loading and discharge pipes at the ends thereof. The mix is subjected to oscillations during movement by means of a source of oscillations. A gate is provided in the vessel upstream the discharge pipe for contolling the cross-sectional area of the flow path of the vessel and for defining a sealed zone in the vessel with the mix being processed. During movement, the mix is heated to 100.degree. C. and above by passing electric current therein by means of an electrode installed in the vessel. Vapor is thus formed which penetrates the whole body of the mix so as to carry out uniform and rapid heating of all components of the mix.








 
 
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