UTM-35 Mobile Concrete Batching Plant

This series of mobile concrete batching plant adopts the semi-pulling structure with running system and standard coupling pin included. It can be dragged by trailer. Without foundation and commissioning enables convenient transportation, the mixing plant can be divided into several standard modules, and then be packed into containers.

Features and Benefits:

General Information of UTM-35 Mobile Concrete Batching Plant:

Capacity: 35m3/h
Mixing Time: 60 S
Max Aggregate Size: 60/80 mm
Discharging Height: 3800 mm
Total Power: 60kw
Total Weight: 18Ton             
Total Dimensions: 14500×4050×7600mm
Transportation: Double Axle Chassis

Technical Parameters of UTM-35 Mobile Concrete Batching Plant:

Twin Shaft Concrete Mixer: JS750
Volume: 1250 L
Capacity: 750 L
Paddle quantity: 16 pieces
Paddle Speed: 30.5r/min
Mixing Motor: 30kw
2. AGGREGATE SYSTEM                    
2.1Aggregate Batcher: PLD1200
Volume: 4×5m3=32
Sort of aggregate: 4
Capacity: 60 m3/h
Power: 7.5 kw
Sand vibrator: 0.37kw×2
2.2. Aggregate Belt Conveyor  1 unit
Width: 800 mm       
Length: 18000mm                     
Speed: 1.6 m/s                 
Motor: 7.5 kw
3. CEMENT SYSTEM                        
Cement Silo: 20 Ton
Cement Screw Feeder: 2 units
Diameter: Φ219mm
Length: 11.8 m
4. ADDITIVE SYSTEM             
Additive silo capacity: 1 m3
Pneumatic valve: Φ50 mm
Pump: 3 kw
Submersible pump: 3 kw
Water pump: 0.75 kw
Water tank: 3 m3
6. AIR SYSTEM            
Air Compressor: 1 unit
Power: 7.5 kw
Pressure: 0.7 Mpa            
Air flew: 0.8 m3/min
7.1 Aggregate weighing   1 unit
Weighing Capacity: 1.6 m3
Precision: ±2%
7.2 Cement weighing  1 unit
Weighing Capacity: 1m3
Precision: ±1%
7.3 Water Weighing     1 unit
Weighing Capacity: 150 kg
Precision: ±1%
7.4 Additive Weighing   1 unit
Weighing Capacity: 40 kg                    
Precision: ±1%
PLC command and control operation
Main electrical components: Schneider
17’’ colorful computer
Manuel and Auto Control is freely changeable

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