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Question: 1-) Which one should I choose between Stationary and Mobile Concrete Plant?


»Stationary plants are preferred when there is a requirement for 500 m3 and higher amounts of concrete.

»Besides, if the location of the plant is to be changed every 3-5 months, the right choice is a mobile plant.

»If concrete is to be sold to the market, then stationary plants are more suitable. Moreover, only Stationary Plants allow increasing production capacity later.

»If the installation site is not favorably wide, a mobile plant has to be preferred.
 
Question: 2-) What are the differences between Dry System and Wet System concrete plants?

The most important difference between Dry System and Wet System is that in wet system the materials (aggregate-cement-water-additives), which are automatically weighed, are batched inside the plant mixer and then discharged into truck mixer. In dry systems, all the materials which are weighed automatically are discharged into mixer truck alongside the water and the batching takes place inside the truck. 


Question: 3-) Can I choose Dry System for all projects?


No you cannot. You cannot choose dry system in production of paving stone and in areas near settlements. You can choose dry system in all other circumstances.


Question: 4-) In which projects should I prefer Eco-System Concrete Plant?


»It is usually preferred for small concrete requirements such as 15.000 – 20.000 m3.

»It is also preferred when the plant installation area is not favorably big.

»The biggest advantage is that the whole plant can fit in 1 truck for transportation.


Question: 5-) How many types of mixers are there?


»There are 3 types of mixers.

»These mixers vary depending on their usage areas.

a) Planet (Mostly used in production of paving stones)

b) Single shaft (Single shaft mixers are preferred for concrete requirements up to 100 m3)

c) Twin shaft (Twin shaft  mixers are preferred for concrete requirements of 120 m3 and more).

 

Question: 6-) Which type of mixer is mostly used in the sector?

»80% of the sector generally prefer single shaft mixer.

»It is preferred when there is no hydraulic section in the system in heavy duty worksite conditions.

» Drive force is generated by the help of two separate motors and reducers. Consequently, when one of the motors or gears breaks down, the concrete production carries on with single motor at half capacity.  

Question: 7-) What is the minimum equipment required in a concrete batching plant in order to sell ready-mix concrete to the market ?

a-) 60 m3/h Stationary Concrete Batching Plant

b-) Minimum 2 acres of land

c-) Minimum 3 x 10 m3 truck mixers

d-) 1 x 37 m concrete pump

e-) 1 x JCB Loader

Question: 8-) What is a concrete plant? What are the types? Where is it used? What are the general features?

>> Concrete plant is the generic name given to the plants where materials such as aggregate, water and cement are taken in certain proportions and batched in the plant mixer for some time and then discharged into truck mixer by means of computer software. 

>> Aggregate bunker, aggregate weighing belt conveyor, mixer feeding conveyor belt, cement silos, concrete mixer and automation system are main components of a concrete plant. 

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