The KMA 240(i) can process an enormous variety of non-cohesive base materials. The newly developed double trough system with automatic self-calibration and precision weighing enables the constant addition of binding agents during the continuous mixing process. Depending on requirements, either small or large amounts of binding agents can be added in the process. Milled RAP or other granular material from old road surface layers and other materials from RC processing can be used as environmentally friendly construction materials.
The 100 percent recycling rate enables considerable CO2 reductions and energy savings, while simultaneously minimising project costs and working time. The cold recycling mixing plant is mounted on a low-loader semi-trailer and has its own high-performance engine unit. This mobile concept enables fast and flexible redeployment of the plant to an enormous variety of different working locations.
Resource Efficiency System for the WR series
The Resource Efficiency System combines an automatic steering system and digital project site documentation in a single app that makes a significant contribution to the cost-effectiveness and resource-efficiency of soil stabilisation and recycling operations. The satellite-based guidance system enables precise and efficient completion of the successive project tasks. It steers the machine with a precision measured in centimetres on the basis of a previously calculated reference cut and a predefined overlap of adjacent cuts. At the same time, all relevant location-specific parameters are registered to provide a comprehensive database for site analysis and documentation purposes. In the case of soil stabilisers, these are, for instance, working width and depth, distance and area worked, fuel consumption and many other parameters. The forward-looking system is also scalable, which means that other machines such as motor graders, rollers and compactors involved in the process can also benefit from the data.