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Advantages Of Large Or Small Fixed Concrete Plants You Need To Know About!

Perhaps the most compelling case for large or small fixed concrete plants is that they are fantastic when needing accurate dosing and high quality on a constant basis for ongoing mining and construction projects. They are more suitable for construction projects of large work quantity for longer construction periods. The need to move a mobile concrete plant from one location to another, and the stress and hassle that goes with it, is removed with fixed concrete plants. And, better yet, they’re also a money saver, saving on costs incurred by [...]

By |2020-01-23T04:43:43+00:00December 24th, 2019|Large Or Small Fixed Concrete|

Advantages Of Wet And Dry Mobile Concrete Plants

For those not in the know, a mobile, or transportable, dry batch plant boasts single or multi-bin dry batches, a mobile horizontal silo, additional vertical storage silo option, a fully automated system and a water tank and pump option. A wet batching plant contains multi-bin units, planetary or twin shaft mixers and a skip or conveyor feed. Benefits Of Going Mobile Mobile batch plants are a necessity when working on multiple construction and building sites. Not only are they more convenient, they’re also much easier to transport by truck or [...]

By |2020-01-23T04:42:26+00:00December 17th, 2019|Mobile Concrete Plants|

What You Get From Hiring Grout Pump Equipment

Time is money in the construction industry, so access to equipment that gets the job done efficiently is critical. Hiring and leasing equipment is an excellent alternative to buying equipment and can be more affordable. There are options to hire on a short and long-term basis. A grout pump is one of the essential tools to have if you’re a commercial builder or a construction company. Hiring one will eliminate the extra costs involved in using manual labour to transport the material.  Here are three benefits of hiring from grout [...]

By |2019-12-02T06:00:35+00:00November 29th, 2019|Grout Pump Equipment|

Cement Sprayers Will Protect Your Concrete Surface

Cement sprayers play a vital role in the success of construction projects in Western Australia. It is used mainly to seal the concrete once its placed down to keep it dry. Once it is sealed, water, dust and other minerals will not penetrate the cement’s pores. The seal makes it easier to clean and lengthens the lifespan of the concrete. A cement sprayer is created to distribute the cement sealer across the concrete slab evenly. It contains specially designed seals and gaskets to handle a variety of chemicals, ensuring long-lasting [...]

By |2019-12-02T05:55:37+00:00November 26th, 2019|Cement Sprayers|

Finding The Right Concrete Plant Suppliers

Concrete plant suppliers are a construction company’s best friend because they provide equipment that makes the project more manageable. A concrete plant is a machine that is used at construction sites to create concrete and keep it wet, ready to be used. It is also used by factories that manufacture products that are made from concrete, including support beams and sign bases. Before you start with your project, you will first need to find a supplier and then once you do, decide between the different types of mixing plants. Doing [...]

By |2019-10-28T06:23:18+00:00October 28th, 2019|Right Concrete|

Three Types Of Concrete To Know About!

Cement is an important material in our lives, yet we don’t know much about it. What we do know is that its responsible for helping society build urban structures and support our way of life, making it better. It is used extensively in constructing buildings, parking garages, office buildings, roads, bridges, dams and also to support kerbs, drains and pipes. The cement is mixed with other ingredients including crushed stone, sand, rocks, gravel and water. The equipment that combines the different ingredients to create concrete is called a concrete plant. [...]

By |2019-10-28T06:26:23+00:00October 21st, 2019|Concrete|

To Things to Consider Before You Purchase a Cement Mixer

A frequent misconception that results in incorrect purchases and a waste of financial resources, is that you can purchase any cement mixer. As these are heavy-duty equipment, project managers assume that any concrete mixer is sufficient for their requirements. However, choosing anyone can result in inadequate use for the construction project requirements. Equipment is an asset to your business, and it should improve productivity in the long run. Choosing to purchase or hire one, requires careful consideration because other elements will affect your final choice. Here are some of the [...]

By |2019-09-17T14:19:15+00:00September 16th, 2019|Cement Mixer|

The Advantages Of Using A Cement Dispenser For Your Next Project

Passing a construction site and seeing cement dispensers is a common occurrence, it’s a machine that’s regularly used, and it’s functionally can improve project lead times. It’s essential for building or renovation jobs as well as for those that work in the construction industry. However, a common misconception is that a cement dispenser is only useful on bigger sites and for big businesses. This isn’t an accurate perception, because regardless of your business’s size, it can be a valuable asset to add to your operations. Here are a few reasons [...]

By |2020-01-23T04:44:47+00:00August 22nd, 2019|Cement Dispenser|

The 5 Most Common Materials Held in Silos

Silos are commonly used in a range of industries where secure storage of materials is necessary, from agriculture to mining, construction and military. Made out of either fabricated steel or concrete, silos protect stored material from exposure to the elements as well as simplifying the delivery and management of the materials within. Below are five of the most common materials stored in silos. 1. Grain Grain is one of the most common materials stored in bulk. Farmers all around the world depend on them to stored grain for extended periods [...]

By |2019-02-26T10:26:57+00:00August 10th, 2019|Cement Silos|

Using Concrete to Support Soil Stabilisation

Soil stabilisation involves pulverising, trimming, compacting and moisture conditioning weak soil by mixing various binders with it such as lime, cement and salt (sodium chloride). This improves its characteristics for construction projects with a more favourable moisture content, strength, density, shrink/swell characteristics, permeability and plasticity index. Soil stabilisation is mainly used to upgrade poor quality clay soils to prevent concrete from cracking as well as providing appropriate subgrade support for adequate concrete slab performance. Soil stabilisation of clay material increases hardness by up to ten times, helping to establish a [...]

By |2019-02-26T10:22:47+00:00July 25th, 2019|Concrete|
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