Teknofalt Stationary Concrete Plants TKN SB 60 M3
Stationary concrete plants and care taken in the design and installation of concrete plants, all the technical after-sales service and maintenance of customers to ensure uninterrupted twenty-four hours and unconditional customer satisfaction is our first priority.
Teknofalt stationary concrete plants, lower operating and maintenance costs, fast service and spare parts, providing higher performance and demonstrate durability in all weather conditions is more than enough to meet their customers’ expectations with optional coating option. Concrete mixers used in power plants are usually single shaft and double shaft. These mixers are being very tolerant with spiral mixing arms, which can get a quick mix business with practical installation with a compact structure that is easy, long-lasting mixer.
The focus on reliability and quality of full customer satisfaction Teknofalt Concrete Batching Plants, all kinds of problems we will face in the field of professional customers with spare parts and after-sales service team is improving itself continuously to create a solution as soon as possible.
TKN SB 60 m3 stationary concrete plants
- Compacted Concrete Capacity 60 m3 / h
- Mr. mix 60 mixture / hour
- Compacted Concrete Mixer Capacity one m 3
- Dry Volume Mixer 1.5 m 3
- Mixer Motor Power 37 kW
- Aggregate Eye Piece 3-4 piece
- Aggregate Capacity Eye 20-30 m 3
- Aggregate Weighing Conveyor 800 × 15000 mm
- Mixer Feeding Conveyor 800 × 26000 mm
- Aggregate Weighing 2200 kg
- Cement Weighing 500 kg
- Water Weighing 250 l
- Additive Weighing 20 kg
- Cement Screw 219 × 11 200 mm
- Cement Silo 2-4 piece
- Cement Silo Capacity 75-100 ton
Functions of concrete plants
A concrete plant, also known as a batch plant or batching plant or a concrete batching plant, is equipment that combines various ingredients to form concrete. Some of these inputs include water, air, admixtures, sand, aggregate (rocks, gravel, etc.), fly ash, silica fume, slag, and cement. A concrete plant can have a variety of parts and accessories, including: mixers (either tilt drum or horizontal or in some cases both), cement batchers, aggregate batchers, conveyors, radial stackers, aggregate bins, cement bins, heaters, chillers, cement silos, batch plant controls, and dust collectors.
The heart of the concrete batching plant is the mixer, and there are many types of mixers such as Tilt Drum, Pan, Planetary, Single Shaft and Twin shaft mixer. The twin shaft mixer can ensure an even mixture of concrete through the use of high horsepower motors, while the tilt mixer offers a comparatively large batch of concrete mix. In North America, the predominant central mixer type is a tilt drum style, while in Europe and other parts of the world, a Twin Shaft Mixer is more prevalent.
A Pan or Planetary mixer is more common at a precast plant. Aggregate bins have 2 to 6 compartments for storage of various sand and aggregate (rocks, gravel, etc.) sizes, while cement silos are typically one or two compartments, but at times up to 4 compartments in a single silo. Conveyors are typically between 24-48 inches wide and carry aggregate from the ground hopper to the aggregate bin, as well as from the aggregate batcher to the charge chute.
The aggregate batcher also named as aggregate bins, is used for storage and batch the sand, gravel and crushed stone of the concrete plant. There are also many types of aggregate batchers, but most of them measured aggregate by weighing, some use the weighing hopper, some use the weighing belt.
The cement silos are an indispensable device in the production of concrete. It mainly stores bulk cement, fly ash, mineral powder and others. There are 3 types of cement silos, bolted cement silos, Horizontal cement silos and integrated cement silos. Integrated cement silos made in factory, it can be used directly. Bolted cement silo bolted for easy installation and removal. Horizontal cement silos have lower requirements on foundations and can be transported by truck or flatbed without disassembly.
The screw conveyor is a machine to transfer the materials from the cement silos to the powder weighing hopper.
Concrete plant use the control system to control the working of the machine. concrete batch plants employ computer aided control to assist in fast and accurate measurement of input constituents or ingredients. With concrete performance so dependent on accurate water measurement, systems often use digital scales for cementitious materials and aggregates, and moisture probes to measure aggregate water content as it enters the aggregate batcher to automatically compensate for the mix design water/cement ratio target. Many producers find moisture probes work well only in sand, and with marginal results on larger sized aggregate.