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Smaller footprint, portable batch plants reduce installation and operating costs

“We’ve engineered advances to the CON-E-CO ALL-PRO models that reduce installation and operating costs as well as overall footprint,” said Neil Smith, CON-E-CO general manager. In addition, the new, five-cubic-yard ALL-PRO 5 model, with a width of just eight feet, has an even smaller footprint than the 12-cubic-yard ALL-PRO 12.

ALL-PRO portable batch plants are engineered with a gate discharge style aggregate batcher and batch transfer conveyor, with a proven LO-PRO cement batcher suspended over the conveyor. The result is a reduced overall height as compared with conventionally styled gravity plants. Other benefits of the ALL-PRO include a lower purchase price, reduced shipping costs and compliance with tough building codes. Moreover, it reduces the producer’s up front soft cost during installation. An ALL-PRO plant is easy to set up and initiate operation. It arrives in fewer truckloads and arrives pre-wired and pre-plumbed. Quick response solid performance load cells systems maximize productivity for both cement and aggregate weighing and speed the batching process. The output capacity is 150 to 200 yards per hour (with the standard 30-inch mixer charging conveyor), and 250 yards per hour with the optional 36-inch conveyor. The silo is expandable from the standard 400 bbl silo to a 1,230 bbl single compartment or split compartment. Aggregate storage bin capacity can expand from 60 cubic yards to as much as 160 cubic yards.

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237 North 13th Street
Blair, NE
US, 68008

Website:
con-e-co.com

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