The temple has placed an order for procuring a 90 Cubic Meter/hour Batching Plant from KYB Conmat, a Japanese-Indian firm. Another order for three transit mixers of 7 cubic meters capacity has been placed with KYB Conmat. The temple has also placed an order on Ashoka Leyland for 3 Chassis for the transit mixers.
What is a Batching Plant?
A batching plant is an equipment that combines various ingredients to form concrete. Some of these inputs include water, air, admixtures, sand, aggregate (rocks, gravel, etc.), fly ash, silica fume, slag, and cement.
What is a Transit Mixer?
A transit mixer is a machine used for transferring concrete to a construction site. The mixer can be charged with dry materials and water, with the mixing occurring during transport or it can be used to transport concrete from a ready mix concrete plant to the site it is required. The concrete is continuously agitated by an inbuilt mechanism, within the mixer, so that the concrete remains in liquid state and does not settle down.
About KYB Conmat
KYB-CONMAT is part of KYB CORPORATION of Japan, a business conglomerate founded in the year 1919. KYB joined hands with CONMAT an Indian construction and manufacturing equipment manufacturer in the year 2013 to produce some of the world’s finest Concrete Construction Equipment. The Indian facility located at Vadodara, Gujarat is a global manufacturing hub for Concrete Batching Plants, Concrete-paving machines, Concrete Pumps and Transit Mixers. The facility is built with Japanese technology, manufacturing and quality control systems.