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RexCon Unveils Mobile 5 Portable Batch Plant


November 21, 2012
By Aggregates and Roadbuilding

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img_1685mobile5November 21, 2012, Milwaukee, WI – The Mobile 5 Batch
Plant is the newest portable transit mix plant to be introduced by RexCon. Ideal
for remote jobsites, the Mobile 5 is a single trailer configuration,
which can easily be set up with a front-end loader.

img_1685mobile5November 21, 2012, Milwaukee, WI – The Mobile 5 Batch
Plant is the newest portable transit mix plant to be introduced by RexCon. Ideal
for remote jobsites, the Mobile 5 is a single trailer configuration,
which can easily be set up with a front-end loader. No crane is required. Simply pick up the cement section of the
Mobile 5 with the front-end loader, and the front-hinged support legs fold down
and bolt in place.

The Mobile 5 features a 225-barrel (42 T / 38 MT) storage
silo with a gravity feed cement surge hopper. Two 6” recirculating screw augers
continually replenish the cement surge hopper. When the surge hopper is full,
the excess cement flows back into the silo where it is recirculated with the
screws. The surge hopper capacity always assures two loads of cement are ready
for batching.

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A low profile aggregate bin enables direct ramping for
material loading. The 3-compartment aggregate bin has more than 16 cubic yards
(25 T / 23 MT) of storage capacity. Standard loading height is just over 4.1 metres, and loading width over 2.8 metres on the individual compartments.

Both cement and aggregate batchers are CPMB rated for 3.8m3. Load cells on all batchers provide precise measurement
of materials. Digital readouts and manual controls (in any language) with
electronic push-buttons are included. RexCon RC3 computer controls are available
as an option.

The Mobile 5 is also available with a 4.5 m3 central mix option.

The Mobile 5 and complete information on the 6 cubic yard
mixer can be inspected in the RexCon booth N1135 at the 2013 World of Concrete
in Las Vegas.


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