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CONCRETE MIXERS - McNeilus

plant is built 1976 First McNeilus-brand concrete mixer is introduced 1977 Viking Front Discharge Mixer is launched 1979 Advanced Viking Front Discharge Mixer is introduced Bridgemaster® I Mxier is introduced , offering improved weight distribution 1980 McNeilus becomes the most popular concrete mixer brand in America 1981 Improved ...

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Concrete Discharge Time Requirements - ASCC

Concrete,” and ASTM C94, “Specification for Ready-Mixed Concrete,” state time limits for the discharge of concrete. ASTM C94 states that dis-charge of the concrete shall be completed within 1-1/2 h after the introduction of the mixing water to the cement and aggregates or the introduction of the cement to the aggregates. This time limita-

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Belt Type Concrete Batching Plant | Concrete Mixing Plant | Aimix

Belt type concrete batching plant is widely used in medium and large-sized construction projects, road and bridge engineering, etc. Due to the characteristics of fast loading, large conveying distance, high efficiency, low failure rate, and large discharge volume, it is especially suitable for commercial concrete mixing station.

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All about front discharge mixers • Aggregate Research ...

So there’s the case for the front-discharge mixer in general, and the Terex/Advance FD series in particular. I’ve driven them before and always found them surprisingly quick and even fun to run. This latest model improves on that, and represents time well spent during the plant shutdown.

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What is the Allowed Time for the Concrete Discharge?

Dec 08, 2017 · There is always confusion on site about the required time for the discharge of concrete. Some say it is 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 120 minutes, etc. Which is it? One time, we had cast the wall below ground. It was in the second basement, and due to the distance of the wall from the truck mixer outside the building, it took several minutes to reach the wall using the bobcat. The consultant found ...

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