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The Difference Between Mobile And Stationary Batch Plants

Mobile batch plants, such as the mobile Sami batch plants available from Batchcrete International, is a fantastic option if you want concrete measured, mixed and poured on-site. However, what is the difference between a stationary and a mobile batch plant, and why should you consider the mobile version for your project? Stationary Batch Plant A stationary concrete batch plant is larger than a mobile one and is capable of producing larger volumes as a result. Stationary plants might be preferred in situations where a massive quantity of concrete is required [...]

By |2022-01-28T09:42:55+00:00November 22nd, 2021|Stationary Batch Plants|

Why You Need A Hydrated Lime Silo System

Hydrated lime - otherwise known as calcium hydroxide or slaked lime - is a white powder or clear crystal, depending on the grade, produced by treating calcium oxide with water in a process known as slaking. This highly useful compound requires proper storage and processing technology - such as a hydrated lime silo system - for bulk storage. At Batchrete International, we offer cement lime storage silos that cater to an array of use categories, such as: complete extraction plant for fluidification or vibrating bottom; auger dosing; rotary valve; microdoser; [...]

By |2021-12-07T12:06:16+00:00November 19th, 2021|Lime Silo System|

Use Your Plasterboard Recycling Machine Waste In An Eco-Friendly Way By Creating Fertiliser With Gypsum Powder And More

Plasterboard recycling is an innovative technological process that combines a mechanical crushing action with a double dry compression. This process separates the gypsum and paper from the plasterboard leftover after demolitions, renovations and processing scraps. This waste recycling system fully recovers both materials: The recovered gypsum power is free of paper and can be used on new productions or disposed of properly. Create Fertilizer From Gypsum Instead Of Taking It To A Landfill Instead of taking the gypsum waste to a landfill, many companies opt for recycling gypsum to turn [...]

By |2021-10-08T10:29:49+00:00October 8th, 2021|Waste Recycling Machines|

What To Consider Before Buying A Grout Pump For Your Next Job

Useful Tips And Guidelines That Will Help You Decide Which Grout Pump To Use For Your Project Batchcrete is a well-known hydraulic and electric grout pump supplier and a reliable source for cement sprayers and concrete injection pumps. We also offer diesel and electric-powered continuous mixer pumps. When applying grout, it is essential to use the correct equipment to ensure that the product has the required durability, strength and waterproofing qualities. To help you decide on a grout pump product, here are some valuable tips to provide some guidance. Typical [...]

By |2022-01-28T09:45:55+00:00October 5th, 2021|Grout Pump|

What Makes Sami Mobile Batch Plants So Amazing?

Sami mobile batch plants have certainly made life on the construction scene a lot easier! To discover how, read along as we unpack what exactly these plants are and how they can greatly enhance your building process! What Is A Mobile Batch Plant?  With a mobile batch plant, you can store, measure and transport all the components involved in concrete production. With a mobile plant, you can produce cement at any location. These machines are great if you are involved in many building projects and need to transport your equipment [...]

By |2022-01-19T06:11:23+00:00August 13th, 2021|Sami Mobile Batch|

Discover How Sami Horizontal Silos Can Benefit Your Build

If you’re on the hunt for innovative mixing and batching solutions- Sami horizontal silos are for you! These machines have a range of applications and, when compared with their vertically-designed counterparts, may be better suited to your specific build. Follow along as we outline how! Uses Of A Horizontal Silo A silo is a mobile container inclusive of a measuring device to store and discharge cement and other materials. Some of these materials include lime, sand and fly ash. We’d recommend a horizontal silo when remote work is necessary and [...]

By |2021-09-17T10:36:48+00:00August 11th, 2021|Sami Horizontal Silos|

Make Onsite Tail Management Easier With Mobile Minefill Paste Plants

What has now become a crucial process in the mining industry has just become more readily available than ever before! Mobile minefill paste plants are guaranteed to make your onsite tailing management more efficient. Read on as we reveal how! Advantages   Multiple applications: A mobile minefill can be transported anywhere and can therefore be used on an assortment of sites. Easy to transport: Move heavy-duty equipment to and from a site with ease. Quick turnaround time: Due to improved pumping technology, mobile plants increase the pace of operations. Operation setup [...]

By |2022-01-28T09:52:13+00:00July 20th, 2021|Mobile minefill paste plant|

Conscious Concrete Recycling Plants

Did you know that all concrete waste can be properly disposed of at a recycling plant or facility? If you’re looking for a smart solution to concrete waste, then concrete recycling plants are just the thing for you! Are you interested in learning more? Continue reading as we unpack the inner workings of concrete recycling plants! The Recycling Process  The first step in the process of recycling concrete is the drop-off of concrete waste. This often includes anything from broken bricks and blocks to old concrete slabs and wet cement [...]

By |2021-08-05T05:13:56+00:00July 16th, 2021|Concrete Recycling Plants|

Cement And How It Makes Modern Life Feasible

Concrete use has been around for thousands of years, literally. There are records of concrete floors, housing structures, and underground cisterns that were produced in 6500 BC in the United Arab Emirates. From 3000 BC - 1500 AD, mortars of gypsum and lime were used in the pyramids and the Great Wall of China whilst, by 200 BC, the Romans were using concrete in the majority of their construction by 200 BC. Unlike the purported 400,000 labourers and hundreds of years needed for the Great Wall, modern technology delivers this [...]

By |2021-07-14T07:10:05+00:00June 24th, 2021|Cement plants|

Is There Science Behind Self-Healing Concrete?

When you hear the phrase self-healing, you might conjure up images of self-help books and circles of people chanting. So what does it mean if you add that phrase to concrete? With a purported 45% of the annual construction budget being allocated to the maintenance of buildings in some 1st world countries, it is not surprising that there is substantial and radical research being done into driving these costs down. Self Healing Research Prof. Kevin Paine, Professor of Infrastructure Materials, Department Architecture and Civil Engineering, is taking the lead in [...]

By |2022-01-19T06:06:18+00:00June 22nd, 2021|Self-Healing Concrete|
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