Ajay Tripathi, Nilang Asphalt Equipments
Our new facility at Chhatral Rajpur in the Mehsana district of Gujarat will manufacture Mastic asphalt batch mix plants, which will offer specialized solutions for both big and small projects.
Ajay Tripathi, Director

We are developing a higher capacity asphalt batch mix plant and a new variant ‘Mastic Asphalt’ batch mix plant to have competitive business edge.
We are one of few manufacturers of Asphalt Plant, who have 100% inhouse manufacturing and testing facility. Our speciality is Burners for Thermo Drum. We have specially designed and modified them to ensure lowest heating cost of aggregate to help customer to get lower fuel consumption and low operating cost.

Our higher capacity 240 tph asphalt batch mix plant is presently in the design stage. It is being developed to meet demand for application in larger road construction projects, which also have tight completion schedules. It will supplement our existing range of 60-80-100-120-200 tph plants.

The new 240 tph plant will have an improved burner to deliver the right ratio of air to fuel for efficient heating of aggregates and bitumen. The modulating burner will make the plant highly flexible for using different fuels like diesel, LDO, and even spurious grades of fuels. The plant will have advanced filters for consistent mixing of the aggregates.

We will be making such modifications in our other plants as well in order to make them similarly flexible and high performing. Improvisations are being done to add strength to the structure of the plants by using higher grades of steel. Our plants are modular in design and compact and can therefore be easily transported to sites on a lesser number of truck trailers, and installed/dismantled quickly.

Nilang Asphalt Equipments

We ensure our plants’ reliability and performance by testing them thoroughly at our production facility and then at the customer’s site.
Our tag line is ‘Economy with Efficiency’; this is manifested in our ABP series of plants, whose more than 100 installations have earned it a strong brand recall in India and in neighbouring countries like Bangladesh. The plants also offer high quality, low investment, and lower operating costs. Our PLC based plants, with centralized control systems, are efficient, productive, deliver a homogenous mix, and can be customized. Their options include RAP/RAC, additives (plastic or fiber granules), warm asphalt, foam bitumen, etc.

Mastic asphalt batch mix plants will offer specialized solutions for both big and small projects.
Mastic has numerous competitive features: the asphalt produced is impermeable with no voids, which means that compaction is not required for achieving the final hardness of the layer. The asphalt is waterproof and will not absorb any moisture, which means it is protected against frost, water, and moisture, and has good anti-skid properties in wet conditions. Being viscoelastic, it can absorb expansions and contractions of the ground without cracking. It is good for heavy traffic and high loads transported on trucks with steel or elastic tires.

The company has set up a new facility at Chhatral Rajpur in the Mehsana district of Gujarat for manufacturing the Mastic asphalt batch mix plants. These plants are being developed to produce asphalt suitable for bridge decks, highways, city roads, and industrial flooring. Using different kinds of recipes, Mastic Asphalt can be adjusted to suit a range of construction applications.
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