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Wet Mix Concrete Batch Plant


According to the classification of use, wet mix concrete batch plant includes commercial concrete mixing plant, engineering concrete mixing plant, prefabricated concrete mixing plant, tunnel concrete mixing plant, etc. Compared with commercial concrete batching plants, engineering concrete batching plants have a relatively small demand for concrete. Generally, we will attribute the wet mix concrete batching plants with less than 60m3/h to engineering concrete batch plant, and those with more than 60m3/h belong to commercial concrete batch plant.


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According to the scale, there are large concrete batching plants, small concrete batching plants, medium-sized concrete batching plants, etc. The 25-50m3/h concrete batching plants are small type, 60-90m3/h concrete batching plants are medium type, over 90m3/h concrete batching plants are large type.

According to the number of mixing hosts. Sometimes we will see or hear double concrete batching plant. This is a concrete mixing station configured with two sets of mixing hosts. The common number of mixing hosts is a single mixing host and a double mixing host.

By mobility. The concrete mixing plant can be divided into mobile concrete mixing plant and fixed concrete mixing plant according to its mobility. The former has strong mobility and is easy to move, while the latter has stronger and more stable production capacity. However, the current fixed concrete batching plant is also very convenient to disassemble, and the mobility is also greatly improved.

According to the gravel conveying equipment. The wet mix concrete batch plant can be divided into bucket type and belt type according to the sand and gravel conveying equipment. The bucket type concrete mixing plant occupies a small area and is more suitable for sites with small demand for concrete, while the belt type is because the control system is automatic or semi-automatic, higher production efficiency, and therefore more suitable for sites with high demand for concrete.