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Mini Batch Concrete Mix Plant


How much does it cost to build a mini batch concrete mix plant? First of all, you need to know how large-scale concrete mixing plants you need to build. There are small ones, medium-sized and large model of concrete batch mix plant. Small-scale concrete batching plant have production of 25, 35, 50 cubic meters per hour, medium-scale concrete mixing plant have production of 60, 75, 90 cubic meter, large-scale production of 120, 180, 240, etc. In addition, there are dual concrete mixing stations that are more efficient. The mini concrete batch mix plant has a concrete mixer, concrete batching machine, belt conveyor, weighing bucket, cement silo, fly ash tank, electronic control and pneumatic control system.


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When consult about the price of mini batch concrete mix plant, customers should have noticed one thing. The quotations of mini concrete batching plant equipment from different concrete plant manufacturers are also different. This is because the quality of mini concrete mixing plant produced by different concrete batching plant manufacturers has a lot to do with the pre-sales and after-sales services of their manufacturers. The HZS60 mini concrete batching plant with standard equipment has approximately 28,445 mm in length, 10595 mm in width, and 18704 mm in height, so it is a practical production line for the HZS60 concrete batching plant. If the concrete mixing plant is built in the countryside, the whole mini concret eplant covers an area about 301.374775 square meters (calculation method: area = length * width, the data is for reference only).

The above is the practical reference data for the equipment model and construction area of the mini batch concrete mix plant. In the actual construction of the concrete batching plant, it is necessary to consider a lot of detailed identities. For example, the topography of the concrete mixing plant is considered, and the different equipment layout plans based on the topography (including the capacity and number of cement silo, the choice of aggregate feeding method, the distance between the water and electricity of the mixing station, etc.) and so on.