Asphalt Drum Mixers, Inc. offers crane-set and self-erect asphalt storage silos, which are compatible with both the company's own and similar competitive models of asphalt plants. ADM silos are available in many configurations from single self-erecting silo to multiple crane-set silos and several drive-through configurations. Capacities are available between 30 and 300 tons. Custom designs and capacities are also available to accommodate any producer.
Asphalt Drum Mixers, Inc.
|Address||1 ADM Parkway, Huntertown, IN, 46748, US|
Asphalt Drum Mixers has been manufacturing high-quality portable and stationary asphalt plants and components since 1974. We are a family-owned business with a deep-rooted commitment to providing exceptional service and customer support. Our quality guarantee is the cornerstone of our values.
Our full line of hard-wearing asphalt plants is built to last in even the world's most demanding environments. ADM asphalt plants are at work providing high-quality, efficient performance in more than 45 countries on six continents.
For more than 40 years, asphalt producers and paving contractors have relied on ADM to help them find long-lasting solutions for every asphalt application. From planning to setup to service after the sale, our experienced team is dedicated to ensuring every customer has the right plant for his or her operation.
Asphalt Drum Mixers offers four models of portable and stationary recycle systems to enhance asphalt plants' cost efficiency. Recycle systems allow plants to use milled material in hot mix asphalt (HMA). Since recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) is much cheaper than virgin aggregate, the result is a less expensive finished product that maintains the high quality of a pure virgin aggregate mix.
World of Asphalt will be held in Houston, Texas, from March 6 to 8 and features educational programming and exhibits focusing on the latest technology and innovations for the asphalt industry. The Agg1 Aggregates Academy & Expo, co-located with World of Asphalt, offers educational sessions and exhibits on the latest developments for the aggregates industry. The following are highlights of products that attendees can expect to see at the shows.
Asphalt Drum Mixers, Inc. offers the EX120 asphalt plant as a solution for producers who need a portable counterflow plant that can process high percentages of RAP. Featuring single-drum counterflow technology, the compact 120-tph EX Series plant meets all federal and state emission regulations.
The EX Series of asphalt plants from Asphalt Drum Mixers, Inc. (ADM) use single-drum counter-flow technology. They offer high efficiency and a compact design for contractors with low- to medium-production needs, and produce 100 to 425 tons per hour at a very low cost per ton. The company says that these plants have the longest aggregate drying and mixing times in the industry, and are capable of processing high percentages of RAP. The EX Series is available in portable or stationary versions.
Asphalt Drum Mixers, Inc., offers portable and stationary weigh conveyors, which are compatible with both its own and similar competitive models of asphalt plants. Weigh conveyors transfer material from cold feed bins into the drum and are designed to give an accurate weight measurement of the aggregate, allowing operators to achieve an optimum asphalt mix. Five models are available with various dimensions to meet the demands of many operations.
RoadBuilder™ Series asphalt plants, produced by Asphalt Drum Mixers, Inc., offers precise control of mix designs at the lowest cost per ton. The series comes in four production sizes: 110, 160, 250 or 350 tons per hour.
Roadbuilder Series asphalt plants, produced by Asphalt Drum Mixers, Inc. (ADM), offer precise control of mix designs, at the lowest cost per ton of any parallel flow asphalt plants in the same class, according to ADM. The series comes in four production sizes: 110, 160, 250 or 350 tons per hour.
Asphalt Drum Mixers offers four models of portable and stationary recycle systems allow plants to use milled material in hot mix asphalt (HMA). Since recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) is much cheaper than virgin aggregate, the result is a less expensive finished product that maintains the high quality of a pure virgin aggregate mix. Based on conditions and type of plant, up to 50 percent of the HMA can contain recycled pavement.
ADM’s recycle bins feature a 15-ton capacity. A tapered discharge opening leads to the direct-drive belt feeder which has a five-horsepower motor, multi-ply belt, self-cleaning tail pulley and adjustable skirt boards.
To transfer RAP from the bin, the recycle system includes a heavy-duty weigh conveyor that features a channel frame and wind protection for accurate weighing. The conveyor is two-feet wide and, depending on the model, between 45- and 65-feet long. It introduces RAP to the dried aggregate mix after the heating process.
An optional lump breaker is available to break down large pieces of RAP into a useable size. Single- and double-deck scalping screens are also available to ensure oversized material does not enter the aggregate mix. Other options include air cannons, grizzlies, bin extensions, adjustable legs with sand shoes, and a skid with bolt-on support legs.
ADM’s Roadbuilder Series of asphalt plants offer precise control of mix designs at low cost per ton. The series comes in four production sizes: 110, 160, 250 or 350 tons per hour. The parallel flow system maximizes heat transfer through the mix by utilizing ADM’s proven flight design to move the moisture-laden aggregate in a rotating veiled pattern away from the burner. A fuel-efficient Hauck gap-fired StarJet burner produces the dryer flame, which is shaped to minimize asphalt cement burn-off. This results in cleaner emissions.