Dry Batch Concrete Batching Plants

Dry Batch Concrete Batching Plants
Dry Batch Concrete Batching Plants

 

TECHNICAL FEATURES UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
Hourly Output m3/hr. Upto 120 m3/hr.
Batch Size m3 1 m3 – 9 m3
Aggregate Storage Capacity m3 90 m3 – 240 m3
No. of Storage Bins Nos. 4 nos. – 6 nos.
Pneumatic Discharge Gate Nos. 8 nos. – 24 nos.
Aggregate Weighing Hopper Kg. 1000 kg. – 5000 kg.
Cement Weighing Hopper Liter 500 kg. – 2000 kg
Screw Conveyor Dia mm- t/ D219 -60 t/h, D323-120 t/h L
Air Compressor Hp 5 Hp – 10 Hp
Operating Voltage/Frequency Volt 400 V, 50 Hz, 3 Phase

Dry Batch Concrete Batching Plants 

Our Dry Batch Concrete Batching Plants has been designed for producing high-quality concrete.

A dry batch concrete plant combines aggregate materials such as sand, gravel, and cement in precise measurements. The mixture is discharged into a mixer truck, combined with a measured amount of water, and mixed in the truck on the way to the site.

Dry mix concrete plant use electronic or manual meters to weigh sand, gravel, and cement. After that, they will be discharged into the chute, which will be discharged into the tank of the mixer truck.

At the same time, the weight or volume of the water is also measured and discharged into the mixer truck through the same charging chute, and all materials are mixed at least 70 to 100 revolutions during transportation to the construction site.

Its advantages: because of the special working mode, it is very suitable for the task of supplying concrete to a remote transportation site. Since the mixing process is finished in the concrete mixer truck,helping save construction time.

The Difference Between Dry And Wet Batch Concrete Plants

The only two broad categories of batching plants that matter is the dry mix batching concrete plant and the wet batching concrete plant. Each of these kinds of machines is used to produce concrete but the key difference lies in the way that wet batching plants can produce concrete without help. Dry machines, however, need to work with a mixer first. Stay tuned for more aspects that separate these two batching categories.

Technical Differences

Aside from the different appearances that wet and dry concrete batching machines have, the only difference in configuration is that wet plants have a mixing engine-twin shaft concrete mixer. Whereas, dry plants do not.

When it comes to dry plants, they are made up of the batching machine, storage silos, the belt conveyor, etc. This makes its structure a compact one.

Wet batching plants can be further divided into the belt conveyor batch plant and the skip hoist concrete plant. Both these types of wet batch plants have aggregate batching machines, weighing systems, cement silos, screw conveyors and twin shaft concrete mixers. The differences between these two sub-groups are minimal.

Something that is worth noting when it comes to wet concrete batch plants is that they can either be stationary or mobile. The configuration of each of these types is relatively the same the difference being that one can be moved freely and the other cannot.

As a name itself suggests that dry mix plants produce the recipes which are dry before dispatching them onto the transit mixer. All the needed materials such as sand, cement and aggregates are weighed & then inserted into the transit mixer. Water is then added into a transit mixer. The concrete is completely mixed in a mixer.

A dry type batching plant is a special machine that is very different from some of the other conventional machines as it does not comprise of any concrete mixers. The mixing trucks carry out this process of mixing and the operation is quite thorough without any error. Aggregate weight of cement, water, etc. is automatically measured and is then poured into the mixer truck. In the dry batching plant, the ingredients are first discharged into a chute before being transferred to the concrete mixer truck. It has a very strong build that makes it competent to perform heavy duty operations.

Dry Mix Concrete Batching Plant is a kind of concrete plant for special application that is utilized in projects with low concrete quality requirements and long distances. Compared with wet concrete plant, the dry concrete batching plant mixes concrete by concrete truck mixer, so it also be called as "Transit Mix Concrete Batch Plant". When the dry concrete batching plant working, each system feeds the weighed aggregates into the storage hopper, then loading the material into the truck mixer,and finally add water and other additives in the truck mixer. The concrete truck mixer controls the rotation of the tank at a speed of at least 70 revolutions per minute to achieve the purpose of mixing.

Dry Batch Concrete Batching Plants 

In the dry batching plant, the ingredients are first discharged into a chute before being transferred to the concrete mixer truck. It has a very strong build that makes it competent to perform heavy duty operations.

Dry Mix Concrete Batching Plant is a kind of concrete plant for special application that is utilized in projects with low concrete quality requirements and long distances. Compared with wet concrete plant, the dry concrete batching plant mixes concrete by concrete truck mixer, so it also be called as "Transit Mix Concrete Batch Plant". When the dry concrete batching plant working, each system feeds the weighed aggregates into the storage hopper, then loading the material into the truck mixer,and finally add water and other additives in the truck mixer. The concrete truck mixer controls the rotation of the tank at a speed of at least 70 revolutions per minute to achieve the purpose of mixing.

In completely galvanised and containerised Dry Batch Concrete Plants, the initial mixing of the concrete is done by a shaft mixer in a separate mixer truck. This method of concrete production has the advantage of requiring a smaller initial investment. Also, it is convenient in instances where the premixed concrete would need to be transported to a farther distance to the main construction site.

dry batch concrete batching plant combines aggregate materials such as sand, gravel, and cement in precise measurements. The mixture is discharged into a mixer truck, combined with a measured amount of water, and mixed in the truck on the way to the site.

Full automatic stationary & dry type Concrete Batching Plant does not include a mixer. Ingredients of the concrete are transferred directly to the truck mixer after weighing without a mixing process.

Concrete plant can be equipped with different size of cement silos from 50 to 500 tonnes storage capacity according to the needs and conditions of our clients’ projects. 

Aggregate pre-feeding systems are our alternative solutions to the loading ramps which are necessary for charging the hoppers by loaders. In case of using aggregate pre-feeding systems, requirement of loading ramp is removed.

dry mix concrete plant, also known as a transit mix plant, weighs sand, gravel and cement in weigh batchers via digital or manual scales. All the ingredients are then discharged into a chute, which discharges into a truck. Meanwhile, water is either being weighed or volumetrically metered and discharged through the same charging chute into the mixer truck. These ingredients are then mixed for a minimum of 70 to 100 revolutions during transportation to the jobsite.

Both them are used to produce concrete, but wet concrete plant can produce concrete on its own, because it has twin shaft paddle mixer as the mixing console. However, dry type concrete batching plant needs to cooperate with concrete mixer truck, only this can it produce concrete for construction project.

There are two types concrete batching plants: dry mix concrete batching plant and wet batch concrete plant.

Dry mix concrete batching plant only weigh all the materials as per concrete formula, and then discharge them into concrete mixer truck. The process of mixing all materials is done in concrete mixer truck. Throughout the process, concrete mixer truck is responsible for both transportation and mixing.

 

Dry mix concrete batching plant does not have the mixing system as the one "wet mix" concrete batching plant possess. Therefore, the dry mix concrete batching plant overcomes some inherent defects of the "wet mix" concrete batching plant has, which is not only suitable for the working conditions of the wet mix concrete batching plant, but also for extreme conditions such as high temperature, high heat, high altitude and long transportation distance etc.

FAQ
What is the difference between Dry Concrete Batching Plants and Wet Concrete Batching Plants? The main difference between dry and wet batching plants is that the dry concrete batching plant without a central mixer, they use a concrete mixer truck to mix and transport concrete. So dry batching plant is also called as "transit mix concrete plant", wet batching plant is known as "central mix concrete plant". The initial investment of dry concrete mixing station is lower than that of wet mixing station.

Dry concrete batching plants have sand, gravel, and cement feeding to batching plant that pass the numerical or manual scale.All the raw materials are discharged into a chute into the truck. At the same time, the water is weighed, or volume metered and discharged into the mixer truck through the same charging tank. At last, all the material mixed and transported to the site.

dry batch concrete plant combines aggregate materials such as sand, gravel, and cement in precise measurements.

Dry mix concrete batching plant only weigh all the materials as per concrete formula, and then discharge them into concrete mixer truck.

Dry mix concrete plant use electronic or manual meters to weigh sand, gravel, and cement.

The most obvious difference between dry batch concrete plant and wet concrete batching plant is that dry mix concrete plant does not have a concrete mixer. It uses concrete trucks to mix while being transported.

Dry Mix Concrete Batching Plant is a kind of concrete plant for special application that is utilized in projects with low concrete requirements and long distances.

Ingredients of the concrete are transferred directly to the truck mixer after weighing without a mixing process.