Our products at a glance:

It's a long way from raw materials through the mixture to the finished stone. Many plant components are involved in this process. Only if the system components are matched, can one be assured of a smooth process and economical operation of the block making plant. Learn about our Concrete block production plants.

It's a long way from raw materials over mixture to the finished (Curb)stone. Masa Curbstone presses were developed to fulfill among other criteria, the special requirements of the "British Standard" curbstones. This "British Standard" is still a condition in countries of the Middle East and the UK. Learn about our Curbstone production plants.

The manufacturing of autoclaved aerated concrete products demands high standards for mixing and dosing of the aggregates, the control of the fermentation process and the control of each production step. Masa's aerated concrete installations are proven advanced technology processes, designed according to customers specific requirements. This approach allows complete solutions to ensure highly efficient, optimised processes resulting in consistent final product quality. Learn about our AAC production plants.

It's a long way from raw materials through the mixture to the finished sand lime bricks. Many plant components are involved in this process. Only if the system components are matched, can one be assured of a smooth process and economical operation of the sand lime brick production plant. Learn about our Sand lime brick production plants.

The slab press UNI 2000 is the heart of any plant for the manufacture of concrete slabs. In addition, dosing and mixing plants, take-off devices with direct washing units and storage systems as well as machines and equipment for slab refinement and packaging are required. Masa can offer the complete know-how for the production of concrete slabs. This is the decisive advantage for our customers: Planning, design, manufacture, assembly, commissioning, training, maintenance and continuous support during production – all from one supplier. Learn about our Concrete slab production plants.

Masa LithoPore® is a mineral building material that is processed into a vapour-permeable thermal insulation panel. Learn more about Masa-LithoPore®

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Masa Splitting machines

Individual surfaces for a living look
of your concrete blocks.

Splitting is a popular refinement method. Masa splitting machines allow the production of split concrete blocks that can hardly be distinguished from natural stones. Depending on the split format, it is possible to split different block sizes. The splitting machine can be integrated "online" in a plant or it can also be operated "offline" as a separate unit.

Masa Splitting machines are available for different block sizes:
  • Splitter 1250

    The blocks are transferred to the splitter table by means of the steel table with pushing device. The upper knife which is driven by a hydraulic cylinder moves downwards. Just before touching the blocks, the upper knife is stopped by a mechanical stop and the lower knife moves upwards. The split takes place bottom-up.

    By use of the Masa Splitter a defined break line can be achieved. There is no lateral fracturing of the break line.

    Block size:
    Height: 40 mm – 250 mm
    Width: up to 1250 mm

    Options:

    • hydraulic driven height stop of upper split knive
    • hydraulic driven centering of products
    • Y- or X-Split by exchanging of upper and lower knife and the table

  • Splitter 600

    Masa Splitter 600 is used to split concrete blocks. The blocks are transferred to the splitter by means of pushing table with mounted pushing device "Flight bar". As soon as the top knife reaches the top of the block, the bottom knife starts moving and the block is splitted. The splitting takes place hydraulically.

    Block size:
    Height: 45 mm – 250 mm
    Width: up to 600 mm

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