Mobile Batching Plants

Mobile batching plants provides you with maximum flexibility

Mobile batching plants provides you with excellent flexibility. Mobile batching plants from fibo intercon are produced in several variants, ensuring that we are always able to cover your specific requirements.

Mobile Batching Plants

B1200 CC

Capacity: 12-18M3/hour
Mobile batching plant based on innovative technology; Most competitive solution for certified concrete (CC).

Mobile Batching Plants

B1200

Capacity: 10-16M3/hour
Compact, mobile batching plant assembled on a joint twin-axle bogie trailer.

Mobile Batching Plants

B1800

Capacity: 20-30M3/hour
Mobile batching plant assembled on a joint twin-axle bogie trailer.

B2200

Capacity: 25-45M3/hour
Mobile batching plant assembled on a joint twin-axle bogie trailer.

TS1800

Capacity: 20-30M3/hour
Mobile batching plant assembled on a common triple-axle step frame semi trailer.

M2200

Capacity: 25-45M3/hour
Mobile batching plant assembled on a joint triple-axle bogie trailer with turnable front axle.

T2200

Capacity: 25-60M3/hour
Mobile batching plant assembled on a common twin-axle step frame semi trailer.

VIKING

Capacity: 30-60M3/hour
Mobile batching plant assembled on a common twin-axle step frame.

Equipment

For batching plants
The mobile batching plants shown can be combined with equipment such as aluminium belt conveyors, cement silos and cement augers.

About Mobile Batching Plant

Mobile batching plant is built on a chassis with wheels. This allows the plant to be easily transported from site to site. This has many advantages including:

  • Improvement of productivity
  • Maximising utilisation
  • Reducing the payback period

The plant is designed to be set up and ready for production within a few hours. Concrete demand on construction sites vary. By moving the plant from site to site you can maximise your concrete production.

We also manufacture mobile cement silos that can also be transported from site to site.

Our plant does not need any site civil engineering, for example ramps, or walls to site the plant on. The plant can be used on a level ground. This again speeds up setting up times.