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Capacity
20m3~45m3
30m3~180m3
60m3~300m3

Batch Pack <20m3-45m3>Simple Structure x Compact Design

Despite its compact structure, Batch Pack is a tough concrete batching plant and is compatible with high intensity mixing.

Specifications

  Batch Pack 500 Batch Pack 1000
Storage Bin NONE NONE
Weighers
(Load-cell)
G 1+2 800 x 1.0kg 1+2 1500 x 2.0kg
S 1 800 x 1.0kg 1 1500 x 2.0kg
C 1 300 x 0.2kg 1 600 x 0.5kg
W 1 100 x 0.1kg 1 200 x 0.2kg
AD 1+2 4 x 0.01kg 1+2 8 x 0.01kg
Control Panel CPF (Standard) / Command Touch B (Optional)
Mixer
Twin shaft pugmill mixer
FSF-500 FSF-1000 / DSF-110
15kW x 1GM 15kW x 2GM / 22kW x 2GM
Air seal Air seal
Discharge type Concrete chute Concrete chute
Air compressor 11kW RECIPRO TYPE
Pure water pump 1.5kW×1UNIT
High pressure pump for washing 2.2kW×1UNIT
Dust collector (Bag filter type) 0.75kW×1UNIT DUST BOX COLLECTING TYPE
Supply conveyor G W400×30T/h G W450×55T/h
S W400×30T/h S W450×45T/h

S type <30m3-180m3>High Performance x Easy assembly

The S and SS Series are simple but high-performance concrete batching plants.
They can be assembled and dismantled in a short time.

<Two models of S type batching plants for your choice>

S4,S2 type

The S2 and S4 type are equipped with a material storage bin.
Compared to the SS type, they can achieve a higher per-hour capacity.

S4,S2 type

The SS is a weighing belt conveyor type without a material storage bin.
It requires a shorter construction period for assembling and dismantling compared to the S2 and S4 type.

Specifications

Model SS-50P S2S-50P SS-100P S4S-100P
Theoritical discharge output Max. 30m3/H Max. 30m3/H Max. 60m3/H Max. 60m3/H
Mixer
Max. output/batch
SF-500
0.5m3/batch
SF-500
0.5m3/batch
SF-1000
1.0m3/batch
SF-1000
1.0m3/batch
Load-cell
Weigher
(Max. scale × Min. scale)
Gravel 800 × 1kg 2kinds 800 × 1kg 2kinds 1500 × 2kg 2kinds 1500 × 2kg 2kinds
Sand 800 × 1kg 1kind 800 × 1kg 1kind 1200 × 2kg 1kind 1200 × 2kg 1kind
Cement 250 × 0.2kg 1kind 250 × 0.2kg 1kind 500 × 0.5kg 1kind 500 × 0.5kg 1kind
Water 150 × 0.1kg 1kind 150 × 0.1kg 1kind 300 × 0.2kg 1kind 300 × 0.2kg 1kind
Admixture 8 × 0.01kg 2kinds 8 × 0.01kg 2kinds 8 × 0.01kg 2kinds 8 × 0.01kg 2kinds
Control system Command Touch B / Command It's-B Plus
Storage capacity N/A 20m3 N/A 40m3

* Some photographs in this page show plants fitted with optional equipment.
* This specifications in this page are subject to change without prior notice due to improvements and/or modifications.

DASH <60m3-300m3>Maximum Performance x High Capacity

Maximum efficiency for each process and optimal overall balance are pursued. The DASH Series consists of high-performance batch plants that provide maximum performance with minimal investment and that minimize operating costs through maximum operating efficiency.

Specifications

Model DASH-110 DASH-167 DASH-225 DASH-330
Theoritical discharge output Max. 100m3/H Max. 150m3/H Max. 180m3/H Max. 264m3/H
Mixer
Max. output/batch
DSF-110
1.1m3/batch
DSF-167
1.67m3/batch
DSF-225
2.25m3/batch
DSF-330
3.3m3/batch
Load-cell
Weigher
(Max. scale ×
Min. scale)
Gravel 1500 × 2kg 3kinds 2500 × 2kg 4kinds 3000 × 5kg 4kinds 4000 × 5kg 4kinds
Sand 1300 × 1kg 2kinds 2000 × 2kg 2kinds 2500 × 2kg 2kinds 3500 × 5kg 2kinds
Cement 550 × 0.5kg 3kinds 1000 × 1.0kg 3kinds 1000 × 1.0kg 3kinds 1500 × 1.0kg 3kinds
Water 300 × 0.2kg 2kinds 400 × 0.5kg 2kinds 500 × 0.5kg 2kinds 800 × 0.5kg 3kinds
Admixture 8 × 0.01kg 2kinds 20 × 0.02kg 2kinds
10 × 0.02kg 2kinds
20 × 0.02kg 2kinds
20 × 0.02kg 2kinds
30 × 0.05kg 2kinds
30 × 0.05kg 2kinds
Control system Command Touch B / Command It's-B Plus
Storage capacity 43m3 70m3 110m3 180m3

* Some photographs in this page show plants fitted with optional equipment.
* This specifications in this page are subject to change without prior notice due to improvements and/or modifications.

Fiber Reinforced Concrete Design by Barchip

Barchip’s macro synthetic fiber concrete reinforcement conforms with international design methodologies and standards from bodies such as DBV, RILEM, CNR, ACI, ITAtech and the UK Concrete Society. ... JSCE-SF4 Method of Tests for Flexural Strength and Flexural Toughness of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete.

544.4R-18: Guide to Design with Fiber-Reinforced Concrete

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BANGNENG Fiber - Macro Fibers For Concrete,Concrete Fibers

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Fiber Reinforced Concrete

“Structural fibers” serve to replace welded wire mesh and conventional reinforcing rebar. Macro fibers enhance concrete like typical fibers, but also add tensile and bending resistance that is equivalent to steel reinforcement. Applications of macro fibers include commercial concrete slabs in distribution centers, warehouses and pavements.

STRUX® 90/40 Synthetic Macro-fibers | Resource

Composite Steel Floor Deck for Normal and Lightweight Concrete. STRUX® 90/40 macro-fibers can be used as a suitable alternative to welded wire fabric or light reinforcing steel specified for temperature and shrinkage reinforcement for composite steel floor deck assemblies.

Carbon & Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Using fiber reinforcement in residential projects provides an economical way to take advantage of the best in concrete technology. Synthetic fibers, steel fibers and engineered blends of both materials can be used to improve everything from slabs, driveways, and patios to swimming pools, sidewalks, and decks.

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Macro Synthetic Fibers in Concrete Placement

6/6/2014 · FORTA-FERRO® macro synthetic fibers were chosen as a temperature shrinkage reinforcement for concrete over traditional wire mesh for a new apartment complex in downtown Morgantown, WV. FORTA-FERRO® 2 1/4″ macron synthetic fiber was used at a dosage of 4.0 lbs per cubic yard. The project consists of over 1900 yards of concrete on 6 metal decks.

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(PDF) Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete: Behavior, Modelling

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Polymer Binder, Impact on the Pull-Out Force of Macro Fibers

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FABPRO POLYMERS' FUSION™ Synthetic Macro Fiber Blend

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What Are the Differences Between Micro and Macro-Synthetic

ASTM C1116 defines Type III Synthetic Fiber Reinforced Concrete or Shotcrete as concrete that contains micro and/or macro synthetic fibers for which documentary evidence can be produced confirming their long-term resistance to deterioration when in contact with the moisture and alkalis present in cement paste or the substances present in air-entraining and chemical admixtures.

Will Synthetic Fibers Replace Reinforcing Steel in the Concrete

Apr 19, 2012 · Nowhere in ACI’s 318 can one find any reference to the substitution of structural steel with micro or macro synthetic fibers. Plainly stated when the area of the steel is used in the structural design of the cement concrete-steel composite element then the synthetic fibers cannot replace the steel in question.

Dramix® steel fiber concrete reinforcement solutions

Steel fiber reinforcement has been around since the 1970-ies and continues to evolve with time. The bents and hooks are crucial to the fiber’s anchoring performance and subsequent concrete ductility. These features, in combination with steel elongation, are the main-differentiators of our Dramix® steel fiber concrete reinforcement series.

Macro Fiber Concrete Reinforcement

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High Strength Structural Fibers

STRUX® 75/32 Fiber is a synthetic macro fiber complying with ASTM C1116/C1116M Type III, which can be used in ready-mixed concrete for different applications such slab-on-ground flooring, thin-walled precast overlays and pavements.

Concrete @ your Fingertips

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Macro-Pro Fiber Reinforced Concrete

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FIBERMESH® Micro-Reinforcement

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Fiber Reinforced Concrete Association

As an alternative to conventional temperature-shrinkage steel reinforcement, FORTA-FERRO macro fiber was used at a dosage rate of 7.5 lbs/yd 3, along with an integral color additive. The 50,000-square-foot slab areas required approximately 700 cubic yards of fiber-reinforced concrete.

Duraflex™ Steel Fiber

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Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete FAQ

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Macro-Synthetic Fibers

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Compared to steel fiber, macro polypropylene fiber demonstrates the advantages of light weight and no corrosion . But there are still few reports considering the effects of macro polypropylene fibers on crack geometry (crack tortuosity, surface roughness) and permeability of concrete.

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