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  • Concrete Plant Upgrades

    The most common reason producers are replacing old equipment is that plants are just wearing out. In many areas, they are operating plants fabricated and erected in the 1960s and 1970s.

  • Concrete Mix Names

    The concrete industry doesn't need to develop a single product code naming convention and force all producers to use it.

  • Planetary Mixer

    Mixer is ideal for small and large applications; precast, prestressed, and concrete paver applications; and mixing semi-dry colored concrete.

  • Design-Build

    The firm provides plant installations, structural component erections, and full retrofits.

  • Product Pulse: Mixing Equipment

    The July-August issue of The Concrete Producer focused on Mixing Equipment.

  • Batching Software

    Software delivers flexible and quick moisture compensation to achieve the highest level of consistency

  • Self-erecting Portable Plant

    This new self-erecting plant is designed with a skid base to eliminate concrete piers or slabs.

  • Twin-shaft Mixer

    The dual 100-hp V-belt drive RCC mobile twin-shaft mixer system can produce 6 cubic yards of compacted concrete per batch.

  • Ten Years of Consolidation, Marketing, and Production

    The author made eight predictions about the future of the industry 10 years ago. Six were correct.

  • Specification for Ready-mix Concrete

    The purchaser is required to inform the ready-mix producer of the specification of the concrete mix. This should be a normal part of doing business.