SBM Mineral Processing

New concrete mixing plant in the compact class

SBM Mineral Processing is setting the bar in the compact class even higher with the new, mobile concrete mixing plant Minimix. Due to numerous innovations and an enormous output capacity the follow-up model of CityCompact by Doubrava is the ideal solution to produce concrete in very confined spaces.

Oberweis/Austria: With the new concrete mixing plant Minimix SBM skilfully continues its road to success with Doubrava know-how. Premium quality and optimum profitability of the new plant are setting new standards in the compact class. With Minimix SBM succeeded to build an extra-productive plant compared to other plants in this field due to an output capacity of 50 m3/h hardened concrete. This plant works successfully even if very small quantities of concrete are produced.

Maximum Performance
in Minimum Space

The outstanding feature of Minimix is that it needs extremely little space. It can be set up directly on the site and delivers the concrete to the construction crane, the concrete pump or the truck mixer without requiring any intermediate steps thus optimising the working processes on site to the maximum. This results in considerably reduced lorry traffic and just-in-time concrete production. Another advantage lies in the fact that the plant offers 12 % more storage volume for aggregates and 50 % more storage volume for cement making the new Minimix a very profitable and environmentally sound plant.

Optimum Transport
and Assembly Conditions

Minimix means considerably lower freight costs due to ready-for-operation modules and accessories optimised for transport. The very short assembly time of 3 hours on site ensures time- and cost-saving handling. Minimixcan be installed on the construction site with only one crane. Remote control allows unmanned operation.

With Minimix, SBM has developed a sophisticated concrete mixing plant with a galvanised steel construction. Maximum transport flexibility is assured due to modules that can be separated lengthwise and a transport width up to only 3.5 m. Relocation costs can be reduced by up to 50 %. All those features and easy maintenance result in a very low investment risk for Minimix.

“Due to new construction technologies we have managed to win many new construction sites during the last seven years”, says Barizzi AG Managing Director Hanspeter Märki. “The construction professional has been convinced by the high quality and the profitability of Minimix. The machine is standing directly in the construction field in Zurich and delivers the concrete to the construction crane and the concrete pump - an essential advantage for a smooth construction workflow”, as underlined by Hanspeter Märki.

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