The original mobile continuous mixing plant now made in North America!
The Aran Mobile Plant is back, and with our new North American Series, it’s bigger, tougher and better than ever. We’ve used 45 yrs of experience to design and build for your local conditions and standards.
The new Aran Environmix Mobile Mixing Plant is different. It’s designed and built in North America. It’s tougher and stronger than ever before, ready to take on any job. We might be biased, but we believe this is the best Aran machine yet!
Looking at getting into the mixing business, upgrading to a new machine or exploring switching to a better brand, get in contact to learn more about why we believe this mixing plant is the right investment for your business.
Aran Environmix Product Brochure
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Boral Recycling use an Aran Modumix mixing plant to deliver pavement construction materials to Sydney projects with a solid respect for the environment.
Western Sydney is the recycling center for Australia’s largest city. Receiving many thousands of tonnes each day of old construction materials from building and pavement demolition sites, Boral will crush, screen and stockpile materials for reuse. These processed materials are later delivered to new projects either as fill or stabilised road construction material. The Aran mixing plant is a key to the success of this business.
Road construction specifications require very accurate dosing of binders and water to produce a constructed pavement with consistent density and strength. This can be challenging to achieve with recycled materials containing residual cement. Boral elected to install an accurate, high production mixing plant in 2008 to service the rapidly growing need for recycled material in Sydney and beyond. Considerably larger that what was needed in 2008, Boral identified the growth in Sydney would demand a high production plant for the future and purchased a second hand Aran Modumix II modular mixing plant. With a proven history of mixing large volumes of material very accurately, this was the perfect choice for Boral. In years prior, this mixing plant, along with an identical twin plant, produced over one million cubic yards of Roller Compacted Concrete for a dam in South Carolina, USA. Prior to installing the plant in Sydney, Aran refurbished the machine, including the installation of a new control system and a third silo and metering system.
I recently visited this machine just after its 13th year, with 7 years operating at Boral’s facility in Sydney. This machine is operating every day, producing material at rates of 420 cubic meters per hour or greater, with binder contents of 0-11 percent. The accuracy of the cement metering is an impressive 0.033% variance across milestone targets. This is easily within the specified guidelines and a good example of the Aran SiloFeed system to perform on a 13 year old machine. This accuracy gives clients confidence they are receiving a quality product and Boral the confidence that they are not only producing a product on specification, but doing so efficiently.
High production rates is not only geared for processing orders for material quickly, it also allows Boral to charge trucks very rapidly and maintain a clear traffic flow around the plant. Speed and efficiency helps this site run smoothly and successfully.
Learn more about how Aran can help you attract more customers along with improving: your production rates and efficient use of material. Get in touch and tell us your story.
Three potential binder blends give Boral the flexibility to meet demanding project specifications.
High rates of production + fast truck charging and efficient operations.
B022 – Flexiclean 610L Mixer complete with 55m3 Silo, Silo Feeder, Auxiliary Hopper and Feeder
Customer: Hazell Brothers
Location: Hobart, Tasmania
Reprocessing Zinc Refinery Waste Products. The Aran plant stabilized stockpiled waste product and reconditioned it suitable for shipping for reprocessing. Waste product had a typical particle size of less than 1mm. Production rates of approximately 300 cubic meters per hour were comfortably achieved.