Coloured Concrete Mix

Coloured Concrete Mix – If the batching of coloured concrete is not accurate, you end up with variants of the colour or different shades of the colour within the concrete.

Producing a Quality and Consistent Coloured Concrete Mix

The Problem


Coloured Concrete Mix – If the batching of coloured concrete is not accurate, you end up with variants of the colour or different shades of the colour within the concrete.

Sometimes this is not important if you are manufacturing objects in batches that will not stand by each other.

However, it does become a problem when manufacturing wall or floor panels.

The other problem of manufacturing coloured concrete is cross-contamination and cleaning.

If you want to make a small batch of concrete using a sizeable batching plant, cleaning the plant can be time-consuming. If the plant is not completely clean cross-contamination of old material can change the colour of the new mix.

Accurate batching is needed to ensure you get consistency.

Coloured Concrete Mix

The Solution


Coloured Concrete Mix – The solution is simple. If you have a coloured concrete requirement, use another small high accuracy batching plant.

For batching consistency, you need to make sure the batching quantities are within a tight tolerance.

The two ingredients that effect colour most is cement and the coloured admixture. By pre weighing the cement before it is batched ensures the correct amount of cement is added to the mix.

Coloured Admixtures are best measured out and added to the mix by hand for the best results. Using an admixture pump will not be accurate, and colour variations are a risk.

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Coloured Concrete Mix

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Coloured Concrete Mix Case Story


Barrets of Asbury is a UK steel fabrication company. The company won a project to build wall panelling with a black concrete finish.

The production output was 1.5 m3 of concrete per day.

The quality and consistency were the critical purchase drivers. After reviewing many batching plants, Barrets select the fibo mini Viking as there prefered purchase.

The Mini Viking has an output of 5m3 per hour from a 300-litre mixing drum. The 300-litre drum meant small batches of concrete could be produced during the day.

Coloured Concrete Mix

About Fibo Batching Plant

Fibo intercons concrete batching plant is the best avalible on the market, it is a well thougt out solution, designed to provide optimum flexibility, performance and operating efficiency.

It does not require a cast foundation, it can be placed on any even surface.

Our concrete batching plants are designed and built to a very high standard, so it will last more than fifteen years – this insures a very high return on your investment.

Fibo Intercon supply a large range of high quality concrete batching plant with a dosing accuracy of +-3% for standard machines and +-1% for our pre-weighing machines..

Below you can see a small selection of our standard machines, there can be set up and ready to go within two hours.

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Click the button below to book a call with Bob Evans our technical sales director. You can see Bob’s availability and book a call to suit your diary.


Capacity: 4-5M3/hour
Mini Viking is the ideal solution for small and medium-sized construction projects.


Capacity: 10-16M3/hour
B1200 is a compact, mobile batching plant assembled on a joint twin-axle bogie trailer.

Remote Site Concrete Production


Capacity: 25-45M3/hour
M2200 is a mobile batching plant assembled on a joint triple-axle bogie trailer with turn able front axle.

Remote Site Concrete Production


Capacity: 25-60M3/hour
T2200 is a mobile batching plant assembled on a common twin-axle step frame semi trailer.

Horizontal & Vertical Silos

Capacity: 15-66M3
Fibo intercon supplies big bag silos as well as vertical and horizontal cement silos.

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