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How to choose a concrete mixing station

Sep 06, 2019

The mixing station is mainly used for concrete works. The main purpose is to mix mixed concrete, also called mixing station. HZS series commercial cement concrete mixing plant adopts the international popular modular quick assembling structure, high-performance imported mixer, double-machine dual-control computer control mode, anti-noise, anti-dust pollution and environmental protection design. It is a new generation of cement concrete mixing equipment. It is suitable for large-scale infrastructure construction projects such as urban commodity ready-mixed concrete, road bridges, water conservancy, airports, ports, etc. and places with large demand for concrete.

Essentials of the concrete mixing station:

When buying a mixing station, it is necessary to pay attention to whether it is an engineering mixing station or a commercial mixing station. The engineering mixing station will calculate the mixing station model according to the engineering concrete demand and construction period, and the general use model will not be large. If it is a commercial mixing plant, you need to consider the distance between the concrete supply point and each work site. If you are not far away, you can concentrate on using a large commercial mixing plant to improve utilization and work efficiency.

At present, each manufacturer will provide customers with information on the type, specifications, parameters and equipment configuration of the mixing station. If the customer has its own requirements, the manufacturer can adjust the equipment configuration of the concrete mixing station. The customer should pay attention to when purchasing the mixing station. It is not good to think that the large-type, fully-equipped mixing station is good. It is the best for your own mixing station. If the large-type mixing station does not play its full role, it is the resource. Waste is an economic loss for investors.

There are also some special circumstances in the purchase of mixing stations. For example, the number of concrete required for the project is small but the amount of one-time is large. This kind of small mixing station can not meet the demand. If the large mixing station is completely unavailable, the resources will be wasted. Consider a dual-container concrete mixing plant that meets engineering needs without significant additional expense.