Prepared for winter production

From aggregate bays to a covered silo system

 In 2007 the family-owned company EBN-Neumünster took the decision to make their production plant more efficient.

Until then the aggregates of the company were stored in aggregate bins outside, and were susceptible to the weather changes in Northern Germany during the winter months. Furthermore the aggregate bays took up almost 800m2 of valuable space, that could be used for other purposes. To solve this problem several companies were contacted during Bauma 2007 and several solutions were discussed.

Finally in the summer 2009, Haarup were chosen as their supplier for a new, ultramodern batching plant with new aggregate storage bins, batching units and weigh belt. The entire project including the...

Related articles:

Issue 01/2012

Haarup batching and mixing plant

The Wiesensee GmbH & Co. KG company has now expanded its existing production facilities by an additional batching and mixing plant. In this regard, it was especially challenging that the new equipment...

more
Issue 02/2015 Haarup Maskinfabrik

Large counterflow mixer installed in Denmark

When DK Beton, the concrete factory located in Avedøre, Zealand/Denmark that is part of the Heidelberg Cement Group, intended to modernize its facilities, the decision was taken in favor of Haarup...

more
Issue 03/2012

Compact dosing and mixing plant

When the Teknologisk Institute in Denmark decided to install a state-of-the-art concrete laboratory, Haarup Maskinfabrik A/S was chosen to supply a concrete batching and mixing plant. The plant was to...

more
Issue 04/2018 LIEBHERR

Mobile tower silo for ­concrete batching plants

Liebherr can now offer another silo variant for its concrete batching plants: A mobile tower silo for the storage of aggregate complements Liebherr’s concrete batching plant product range. In...

more
Issue 12/2017 Rapid International

Entrance into concrete industry with Rapid batching Plant

Rapid International Ltd has supplied the Collier Group with its first bespoke concrete batching plant, which signified the Group’s entrance into the ready-mix and precast concrete industry. The...

more