MicroConcrete Roof (MCR) tile production unit

The tevi MicroConcrete Roof tile production unit can produce up to 350 MicroConcrete Roof (MCR) tiles per day

The tevi MicroConcrete Roof tile production unit includes:

  • One vibrating table machine with short chassis and electric motor of 12 V 8A.
    The machine also works with a car battery or solar panels (not included).
  • AC inverter from 110-120V a 12 V 8A
  • 200 plastic moulds to start producing roman tiles
  • Metal frames for roman tiles, ridge tile and vault slabs
  • Scale and spoons for dossification
  • Basic testing equipment (quality control) for the workshop
  • Spare parts kit and maintenance tool
  • Printed manuals, training video and CD-ROM
  • NEW: Now includes the Ridge Closer Tile frame
You don't buy only the equipment.
The tevi MicroConcrete Roof tile
production unit includes all the KNOW-HOW

The tevi MicroConcrete Roof tile production unit is ready to start producing:

  • Roman tile
  • Ridge tile
  • Verge tile at 90º
  • Mini vaults

The tevi MicroConcrete Roof tile production unit works with an AC Inverter or by itself with car batteries or solar panels

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Pieces produced with the tevi MicroConcrete Roof tiles production unit
Minimum floorplan of a MicroConcrete Roof tile production factory
Photos: MicroConcrete Roof tiles manufacture
Photos: Roofs with MCR technology
Photos: Tile, ridge tile, verge tile at 90º
Photos: Ridge closer tile
Photos: Mini vault

The tevi MicroConcrete Roof tile
production unit is recommended
as the best in its class by the
Basin Network

 

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Consultants

Víctor Martínez
Honduranian
Civil Engineer
Spanish.
MCR tiles, instruction, quality control, project management.

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