Which One to Choose: Stationary or Mobile Concrete Plant
May 13, 2020
There is no doubt that the stationary concrete plant is an ideal choice for large-scale projects. It features small floor space, compact layout, low power consumption, high productivity, high automation and centralized control. So it is widely used for those large projects with large demand for concrete, log construction cycle and concentrated construction sites.
Compared with mobile concrete plant, the disadvantages of stationary concrete plant are: It has high structure, strict foundation requirements, large capital construction costs, long disassembly and assembly time, and difficulty in installation.
Which one to choose is has always been the most common problem for customers. Generally speaking, a mobile concrete batching plant is suitable for those construction projects that require frequent transitions. In other cases, stationary concrete batching plant is a better choice. That’s because of the following three reasons:
1. Limited by the movable frame, the aggregate silo of the mobile mixing plant is generally higher and the capacity is relatively low, which needs frequent feeding operation. which is not suitable for continuous and stable concrete production.
2. The maximum production capacity of the portable concrete plant s generally 100 cubic meters per hour, which cannot meet the higher production requirements.
3. The stationary concrete batch plant has a high structuring degree and strict foundation requirements, which is more suitable for large-scale concrete production.
The common models of stationary concrete batch plant for sale are HZS25, 35, 50, 60, 75, 90, 120, 180 and 240. It can be further divided into industrial concrete plant and commercial concrete batch plant.
HZS25, 35,50,75 stationary batching plant is more suitable for engineering use for they occupy a small area and has relatively low investment capital. HZS60, 90, 120, 180 and 240 concrete batch plant is more suitable for commerical use for they have a large output and a short production cycle, which can meet the demand of urban buildings for concrete.