Generally, the leg height of concrete mixing plant is 4.2m. The main consideration is to use a tanker to receive the material. If small four-wheeled vehicles, tractors and other small vehicles are used to receive the material, the leg height and the length of the hopper slide rail can be reduced, which will bring a lot of cost reductions. One is the reduction in machine costs, and the other is the reduction in foundation requirements.
The traditional concrete mixing plant loads sand and gravel aggregates, and the cement is separately put in. The aggregate is lifted to the top of the mixer by a belt or hopper, and the cement is conveyed to the top of the mixer through a screw. In this way, the cement silo requires relatively high legs. In the concrete mixing plant, the powder materials such as cement and fly ash can be directly conveyed to the lifting hopper of the mixer or the conveyor belt of the batching machine. In this way, the legs of the cement tank can be lowered and conveyed horizontally, and the distance can be very short and save the floor area of the cement silo is low, the foundation requirements are very low, and the input cost is greatly reduced.