The wet batch concrete plants is used to produce wet concrete, that is, ready-mixed concrete. All the raw materials including cement, aggregate, water, admixtures and mineral admixtures are mixed in a certain proportion and sold and transported to the construction sites within a specified time.
It is divided into different models according to the production efficiency and output. Commonly used models of the stationary concrete batching plants are HZS25, HZS35, HZS50, HZS60, HZS75, HZS90, HZS120, HZS180, HZS240, etc.
For concrete mixing plants, the quotations for different models of wet mixing concrete plants are also different. The price of HZS25 concrete batching plant is about $25000 and HZS35 concrete batching plant price is about $30000. The HZS50 concrete batching plant price is a little higher, about $48000. The system configuration of different models of mixing plants is different, and the price is also different. The higher the configuration, the higher the price.
The HZS50 concrete batching plant is a simple configuration method of the HZS60 mixing station, which is the same as the HZS60 mixing station, using the js1000 mixer. Only the delivery method is different. The HZS50 concrete batching plant adopts the bucket lifting. Its theoretical capacity is 50 cubic meters per hour. It is a commonly used for bridge construction, road engineering and construction sites.
The configuration of concrete mixing plant equipment is appropriate to meet production needs and ensure continuous supply of concrete. The construction unit should reasonably calculate the peak demand for concrete in the supply section of each mixing plant.
The production capacity of the mixer unit and the transportation capacity of the mixer truck should meet the peak production demand. In general, the actual production capacity of the concrete mixing plant should be calculated based on 70% of its theoretical production capacity.
As an experienced concrete batching plant manufacturer, Haomei Machinery can make adjustment according to your project need and the planning area. For the traditional concrete mixing plant, the sand, gravel and cement are put in separately. The aggregate is lifted to the top of the mixer by the belt or hopper, and the cement is conveyed to the top of the mixer by the screw. In this way, the cement silo requires relatively high legs.
For the simple mixing plant, the cement, fly ash and other powder materials are directly transported to the lifting hopper of the mixer or the conveyor belt of the batching machine. In this way, the legs of the cement tank can be lowered and the distance can be very short. Correspondingly, the foundation requirement also becomes low, and the input cost is greatly reduced.