Concrete Batching Plants For Sale

Concrete batching plant is a type of construction material producing equipment which can combine various ingredients like water, sand, fly ash, gravel, cement, manufacture concrete mix. Concrete mixer, the core component of a batch plant, plays a vital role in mixing these inputs conveyed from respective hopper and weighed by respective measurement scale. The end product has a very wide application in infrastructure construction. This is what a batch plant is used for.

Concrete batching plant prices range from $21,000 to $280,000, mainly varying with the production capacity and the configuration. It can also be affected by other factors like freight, insurance cost, labor cost, setup cost, maintenance cost,etc. To reduce the operation costs, especially those caused by the downtime due to the broken parts, it is strongly recommended to prepare enough spare parts ahead. Plus, according to an authoritative industry report, the ROI of a batch plant is very fast, and tends to cover the investment within a short duration.

Concrete Batching Plant Price list 2021

Best Products Production Capacity EXW Price
HZS60 ~ HZS150 60 m³/h ~ 150 m³/h $100,000 ~ $500,000
HZS25 ~ HZS75 25 m³/h ~ 75 m³/h $80,000 ~ $180,000
YHZS25 ~ YHZS75 25 m³/h ~ 75 m³/h $150,000 ~ $500,000

Concrete Plant Shipment Videos

Batching plants have been popular in recent two decades. This phenomenon is commonly thought to attribute to infrastructure development all over the world. A surge of demands propels the industry to stride forwards. Even now, the whole world sees no receding trends of this hotness. Take us for an example, 2020 witnesses tens of RMC plants sold to dozens of countries and regions, such as Australia, Canada, South Africa, Brooklyn, Houston, Philippines,Texas, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Bangalore, UK, Germany, Perth, Victoria, Florida, Melbourne, California, Malaysia, Miami, Ethiopia, Kenya, Myanmar, Brazil.

9 Steps To Make Concrete With Batching Plants

  • 1. The loaders transfer aggregates (sand and gravel) to the cold feeder
  • 2. The cold aggregates are separately weighed by the scale of feeder
  • 3. The belt conveyor brings the sand and gravel to the hopper of the mixer
  • 4. The hopper rises along the track, preparing for feeding
  • 5. The hopper starts to feed the mixer
  • 6. Cement and water respectively get measured, then casted into the mixer
  • 7. The mixer starts to agitate these ingredients
  • 8. Simultaniously, the hopper of mixer returns to its place, preparing for the next feeding
  • 9. The unloading cylinder underneath the mixer pulls the unloading door to discharge the concrete into the transport truck

Daily Maintenance Checklist For Batch Plants

  • 1. Ensure the cleanliness of the plants and the surrounding environment
  • 2. Clearly the material remains in the hoppers in time to make the sensor return to zero normally.
  • 3. Inspect whether the lubricating oil at each lubrication point is sufficient
  • 4. Check whether the motors and electrical appliances are overheated, whether there is abnormal noise, whether the indicator is normal, and whether the signal system is intact.
  • 5. Frequently inspect the cylinder, butterfly valve and solenoid valve
  • 6. Ash leakage, gas leakage, oil leakage and electricity leakage should be dealt with in time.
  • 7. The concrete mixer and the discharge hopper should be cleaned every four hours to prevent the residual concrete from consolidating
  • 8. Release the internal water of the air compressor, air storage tank and filter after every shift
  • 9. The butterfly valve, mixer, solenoid valve, air filter and oil mist device should be maintained in accordance with the relevant instructions.


1. What components are batching plants composed of?
No matter what type of concrete makers, the shared main components include mixer, material storage hoppers, weighing devices, screw conveyors, and control system. Other than these, the simple one has a hopper, a gantry, and a hoisting mechanism. If the batch mixer is used, there is no such additional parts.

2. How many types of batching plants are there?
Manual/semi-automatic/Automatic, based on the mode of functions. Dry mix/wet mix, based on whether ingredients are mixed during transportation to the job site. Stationary/mobile, based on application scene. Portable ones are the best choice for temporary site projects or even stationary locations where the equipment height is a factor or the required production rate is lower.while stationary ones are widely used in various large-scaled projects that require large output, high efficiency, high stability and high specification.

3. What is a mobile batching plant?
The mobile or portable batching plant is a very productive, reliable and cost-effective equipment to produce batches of mixture. It allows the user to batch concrete at most any location then move to another location and batch concrete.

4. Is it worthwhile to buy a secondhand batching plant?
It depends on whether there are more large projects and the prices of local stone, cement, etc. It's advisable for you to opt for the plant of grand brand if you do want to buy an used one.

5. What are the strength and weakness of portable batching plants?
The special design of mobile batching plants makes themselves easy and convenient to transfer and install quickly, which greatly reduces transportation costs and disassembly and reinstallation costs, increasing production time. Its disadvantage lies in its small production capacity and is not suitable for large and medium-sized construction projects that urgently require a large amount of concrete mix.

6. What is vibration mix batching plant?
The vibration mix plants differ from other conventional commercial ready mix RMC producers in that our patented vibration mixers are employed in them. Compared with traditional twin-shaft mixers that are just able to achieve macroscopic homogeneity of mixture, vibration mixers are euipped with vibration source on shafts and paddles. Under vibration force plus compulsory mixing power, particles of ingredients move faster and collide far more times with each other. As particles get more uniformly distributed, greater concrete strength, interface adhesion and workability are achieved.

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