KYB Conmat exhibited its new compact range of concrete batch mix plants: the Tower, Tora, and Raion series, targeted at urban road and building infrastructure projects. The plants will be offered in 30, 45 and 65 cum/hr capacities. The Tower series includes Tower 300, Tower 450 and Tower 600; the Tora series includes Tora 300, 450 and 460; and a similar configuration is available in the Raion series.
"The new batch mix plants, featuring twin shaft mixers, are most suitable for small road culverts, bridges and even for small scale commercial and residential housing projects. All the three ranges are highly suitable for project sites with ready mix concrete requirements and paucity of space, as these machines have a small footprint, with total space requirement for the Tower series being 9000, for Tora it is 13290; and 13630 for the Raion plants. And owing to their modular design, the plants can be transported, erected, commissioned and dismantled in a short time, plus their maintenance cost will be reduced, such that contractors incur less owning and operating costs," said Sailaj Verma, Senior VP- Sales, KYB-Conmat.
He added, "BatchCon - KYB-Conmat Automation System takes care of the production performance, efficiency and consistency in quality output in varied jobsite requirements. The modular layout of the bucket elevator in the Tower series requires very small footprint, which allows the plants to be used in tight spaces as compared to the conventional horizontal plants being used in India. The skid-mounted Tora series, which can be transported in a standard 40 feet container and trailer, requires minimal foundation. It does not require a ramp for the wheel or backhoe loader to travel to the bins for loading the raw materials, as they can be loaded directly at the bins. Similar features are present in the Raion series, with the only exception that the bins are above the foundation."
KYB Conmat has incorporated Gang Vibrator in its fixed form concrete pavers to improve concrete density and spread for concrete roads as per the requirements of NHAI.