There are three factors that you need to consider when you plan to build a concrete batching plant.They are location, configuration and arrangement of staffs.
I. Choose a location of concrete batching plant
When build a concrete batching plant, it is critical to choose an appropriate location of the concrete batching. Because it not only affects the construction progress, but affects the quality and cost of the construction(click here to know the cost analysis of concrete plant). In order to reduce the cost and facilitate of the construction, the concrete batching plant usually builds in a place that owns a convenient traffic. At the same time, the entrance and exit passages of the batching plant should be rationally designed.
II. The configuration of concrete batching plant
When purchasing a concrete batching plant, the theoretical productivity of the concrete plant ought to be larger than we need. For example, if projects’ required amount of concrete is 70 cubic meters per hour, then we should choose hzs90 concrete plant with a theoretical productivity of 90m³/h, instead of hzs75 concrete plant with 75m³/h. Cause the theoretical yield of the concrete plant generally is smaller than the actual production.
If you are not sure which model of concrete plant to purchase, you can inform manufacturers your requirements to seek manufacturers’ professional guidance. Generally, the relevant salesperson will create a tailor-made configuration solution according to your demands.
III. The arrangement of staffs
Though the concrete batching plant uses a fully automated production process controlled by a computer, operators’ supervision is indispensable in this process. Therefore, we only need to recruit some experienced concrete plant operators.
Camelway concrete batching plant includes standard concrete plant and small concrete plant. The former consists of 6 models: hzs60, hzs75, hzs90, hzs120, hzs180, hzs240. The latter consists of 3 models: hzs25, hzs35 and hzs50. Camelway provides installation services in order to help customers put into production as soon as possible. In addition, Camelway Machinery specializes in manufacturing construction machines and concrete mixing equipment over 30 years. Over the past 30 years, Camelway has been committed to maximizing the benefits of its customers by producing quality products and designing suitable concrete and aggregate production solutions.
Concrete Batching Plant Design takes the concrete production requirements and creates a concrete batching plant to deliver the production requirements.
A Concrete Batching Plant is a piece of machinery that manufactures concrete. Concrete consists of sand, aggregate, cement, water and add-mixtures.
The measurement of the ingredients is by volume or weight.
Weight Metric Batching Plant
Weight metric batching plant has weight cells at the bottom of the pan mixer. In addition, each ingredient is transported into the mixer and weighed before the next one is added. The software is programmed with the sequence.
The computer then stores the data for quality control. If the actual weights do not conform to the design weights, an alarm is set off for manual adjustment before the mixer begins to mix.
The pan mixer uses batch cycles and the output quantity usually measures by the volume of concrete produced per batch times the number of batches produced per hour. Besides, the out is determined by the mix design and the sequence of the dosing.
The Volumetric Batching Plant
The volumetric batching plant used gates to measure the quantities. The material is passed through a gate at a given speed.
The mixer is normally a screw and the concrete is manufactured in a continuous process. At the same time, volumetric batching is accurate to +- 3%. Due to the measuring method, it is normal to add a little more cement to ensure the concrete matches the design strength.
Wet and Dry Batching
There are two design for concrete batching plant wet and dry batching plant. The principles are much the same. One produces we concrete for general construction, the other a semi-dry mix for the manufacture of pre-cast products such as building blocks.