Stationary asphalt mixing plants
High-performance, stationary plants are more commonly used in conurbations. They are usually positioned at an easily accessible location, allowing for delivery to as large an area as possible while keeping delivery routes to building sites short. They are found, for example, close to motorway exits or in industrial estates in large cities. Some stationary asphalt mixing plants are located directly at mineral deposit sites such as quarries in order to minimize the cost of mineral aggregate deliveries. This type of plant requires a concrete foundation.
Transportable asphalt mixing plants
Transportable or semi-mobile plants are suitable for job sites which will only be operating for a specific period of time. They are generally acquired with the option of moving the plant to a different location, if required. This type of plant can be fitted with a fixed concrete foundation or a mobile steel foundation.
Asphalt mixing plants featuring transport-optimised container dimensions, type ECO. This plant is characterised by a high level of mobility and therefore optimum flexibility. It is suitable for stationary operation but can also handle fast site changes without problems. The strength of the plant lies in its ability to be transported anywhere in the world, as easily, economically and effectively as possible.