If you don’t size the aggregate bins properly, then it will cost you money and lost profits for years in slowing down your concrete mixing and batching operation. There are many considerations: height, diameter size, and total capacity requirements.
Aggregate bins are widely used in many applications within the concrete industry.
Need to determine which size aggregate bin is right for you?
The first tip is to determine what capacity bin is required for your concrete mixing and batching operation.
The second tip is to research which is the correct type of bin required and determine how you are going to feed the aggregate bins, so you can determine the proper height of your concrete batching and mixing operation.
Round bins are becoming the most popular style bin supplied for many reasons. You will want to consider the overall height that is required or allowed on your project. The round aggregate bins can be made in most any diameter size and total capacity requirements. If you are looking for solutions for your concrete plant layout you can always contact me for information on used round bins.
You would normally use concrete portable bins when you are planning a project that will not be a permanent site location for your concrete mixing and batching operation. Many consider it ideal because of fast installation and relaxed zoning and permit issues. Contact me for more details about some of the applications the portable concrete and mixing batch plants are used.
You will want to consider the overall height that is required or allowed on your project. The portable concrete aggregate bins can be made in most any diameter size and total capacity requirements and can be mounted on wheels instead of installed in a stationary setup.
Sizing the concrete batching low profile aggregate bin properly can increase your profits and reduce the amount of maintenance required, which makes you money. There are many considerations: height, width size, and total capacity requirements.
You can add many compartment bins in conjunction with stack up or low profile concrete batch plants. Commonly, you may want to consider the many options available in size, width, and height requirements. Compartment bin batch plants are widely used in the concrete industry and architectural cast stone industry.
Ready to learn more?
Just send me an e-mail with the amount of material required per hour or day for your concrete operation.Or pick up the phone and call me, Bill Fleming, at 913-766-1025. I will get back in contact with you within 48 hours.