Ready-mix wet batch concrete plants – with capacities ranging from 30 cubic metres to over 240 cubic metres per hour – are a more cost-effective alternative to the traditional dry ‘Karoo’ batch plants that currently dominate the local market.
When the control system of mixer is connected to an electricity source, the operation interface of the man-machine interaction will appear and system will begin to process initialization which includes the formula number, concrete slump, concrete grade and productivity.
To operate and maintain a concrete batch plant properly, an operator has to master lots of knowledge and skills. Therefore, it’s necessary for him or her to accept systematic training before going for the position. The fact is, many operators have had no opportunity or time for scientific training and most of them learn in practice, which enables them to master quickly practical knowledge of operation. However, some skills, especially those entail maintenance, should also be learned because they influence eventually the service life of components of a concrete batch plant.
The Compact Concrete Batch Plants we provide cover a wide range of different plants from counterflow mixers, silo systems, concrete conveyors to aggregate and cement dosing. Our stationary concrete mixing plants are developed and adapted to the customer’s requirements.
Concrete batching and mixing plant is widely used for long period projects, large or medium-sized water conservancy construction, various engineering sites, etc.
The mobile batch plant, also known as a portable concrete plant is a very productive, reliable and cost effective piece of equipment to produce batches of concrete. It allows the user to batch concrete at most any location then move to another location and batch concrete. It was invented in 1956 by Vince Hagan and was patented in 1966 as a convenient alternative to stationary batch plants that cannot be moved easily (U.S. patent #3,251,484). Portable plants are the best choice for temporary site projects or even stationary locations where the equipment height is a factor or the required production rate is lower.