Sailaj Verma, Sr. VP Sales, KYB-Conmat
Mr Sailaj Verma
Sr. VP Sales, KYB-Conmat
KYB-Conmat’s range of hi-tech, higher capacity concrete batching plants with support equipment are amongst the most advanced offerings in the road construction equipment segment. The range comprises 90, 120, 160, 200, & 240 CuM per hour capacity concrete batching plants.

Technological advancement is the need of every sector and this holds true for the Construction Equipment (CE) sector as well. Though, in the past decade, a lot of technological advancements have taken place in the CE segment in the country, there is still a long way to go.

The CE sector in India is growing and maturing. Over the past two decades, the nature of work execution has moved increasingly from manual labour to greater mechanization. KYB-Conmat, with its higher capacity and high productive batching plants for road construction, has been a major contributor in this drive towards greater efficiency and productivity of resources in India.

Technologically advanced equipment improves quality of work, enables timely completion of projects, and thereby, more cost savings and profitability. It can perform multiple tasks, reduce maintenance cost, and enhance the brand value of the project.

Moreover, the current momentum in delivering road projects has been accelerated, as the Transport ministry has targeted `7 trillion worth of road and highway projects. These have been approved by the cabinet for the new financial year, with an outlay for building a 83,677 km road network over the next five years as declared by the Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.

KYB-Conmat’s hi-tech, higher capacity batching plant with support equipment that comply to tender specs, is amongst the most advanced offerings in the road construction equipment segment. The range comprises 90, 120, 160, 200, & 240 CuM per hour capacity batching plants. The unique feature in this Infra series of batching plants is the In-Line configuration, due to which, very little foundation is required. The other feature is the latest twin shaft mixer technology, through which, homogeneous mixing can be achieved in very little time. All in all, the plant is rugged, accurate, productive and highly dependable.

Another very striking feature of KYB-Conmat batching plant is its faster and easy erection at site. It has an all-welded frame structure and comes fully assembled from the factory in three parts, and can be installed with an ordinary Pick & Carry crane, available locally.

KYB-Conmat’s batching plant, engineered to perfection, requires minimum maintenance, and assures continuous performance. The company has invested heavily in state-of-the-art design & development of the plant such that it can perform most efficiently, even in tough conditions.

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