Modern Asphalt-Mixing Plants

JSC “TATAVTODOR” owns 11 units for asphalt-mixing, comprising::

  • 6 units AMMANN UNIVERSAL, output capacity 240 ton per hour;
  • 2 units AMMANN GLOBAL with output of 160 ton per hour;
  • 2 units KDM-201637, with output of 110 ton per hour;
  • 1 unit DS-168, output 130 ton per hour.

The output of plant AMMANN UNIVERSAL – 240 is 240 tons of asphalt-concrete mix per hour. One mixing batch is up to 3 tons. The plant is designed for production of hot and cold mixes of all types, including broken rock-mastic asphalt, heavy-duty material that is used for highways with highly intensive motor traffic. Metering bins of 15 m3 capacity permit to work simultaneously with seven inert source materials.

High quality of mixes produced is provided:

  1. due to strict observance of asphalt receipt developed in the laboratory,
  2. and due to the quality of very hard broken rock, delivered from Ural.

Asphalt-mixing plant manufactured by AMMANN Company is provided with microprocessor system of control, which allows the operator to check the work of different units and assemblies and all the stages of batch process in the real time mode. All the changes in the order are displayed at the monitor just after some milliseconds, and it permits the operator to intervene, if necessary.

Environment protection norms are not forgotten by the designers and constructors. The dust collector AFA installed at the Plants brings practically to zero the emission of dust into atmosphere. The territory of each plant is arranged to provide for the highest quality of asphalt made there. The sites for unloading and storing of inert materials are paved with cement-concrete, which does not let the materials to become mixed and permits to store up about 1.5 million ton of broken rock.

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JSC “TATAVTODOR” owns 11 units for asphalt-mixing, comprising: 6 units AMMANN UNIVERSAL, output capacity 240 ton per hour; 2 units AMMANN GLOBAL with output of 160 ton per hour; 2 units KDM-201637, with output of 110 ton per hour; 1 unit DS-168, output 130 ton per hour.