Concrete plants

Our concrete plants are implemented in such projects, where it is necessary to produce a large volume of concrete at one production base for a long period of time.

In addition, the design of such plants provides high comfort during operation, and also can take into account in its configuration the special requirements and features of the territory of its placement.

Based on our more than ten-year experience in production of the concrete factories, we have implemented Kaizen continuous improvement approach; keep “5S” efficient technological process, which allows to get the final product at a high quality level.


Stationary concrete plants work to reduce the cycle of production, thus guaranteeing their consumers the maximum efficiency. Depending on the requirements, pockets for inert materials are manufactured with several compartments for use in the production of various types of inert materials.

In addition, depending on the configuration and the site landscape for the installation of a concrete plant, the loading of inert materials into the mixer can be carried out using a conveyor or a skip.

All our concrete plants are designed to produce high quality construction mixtures, in order to obtain the most efficient production capacity of the equipment. This is possible due to the use of modern innovative technologies and advantages of the components of powerful global brands such as Siemens (Germany), Kamozzi (Italy), Zemic (USA).

Experts of the International Factory of Concrete Equipment will offer a project for the placement of a concrete plant, taking into account the most useful use of the available space for the Customer’s construction site. Our experts specially design concrete plants based on the features of the territory allocated for their installation.

Concrete units make the basis of the product line (displaceable; mobile; modular) and have the power:
- from 15 cubic meters per hour up to 100 cubic meters per hour.
- from 100 cubic meters per hour to 200 cubic meters per hour, with the ability to combine options depending on your needs.

Available variants of inert material loading: skip loader; transporter conveyor.



Our concrete plants provide a complete technological cycle of concrete production and provide various options for supplying inert materials to the concrete mixer. It can be either belt (conveyor) feed of inert materials, or skip version.

The skip is considered to be the simplest mechanism for feeding loose components of the future concrete. Actually, the skip itself is a trolley of bunker type, in which the material is poured into. It rises to the top of concrete mixer along the sloping guide.

The cart rises up by steel ropes; the transfer is carried out by an electrodepipe. The shaft, on which the cable pulling the skip is wound, is on the top.Inductive sklip position sensors are installed in the end positions of the trolley running gear. Loading or unloading of the mechanism is done according to their signals.

Conveyor feed includes a conveyor belt located under a feeding pocket.

Feeding of the bulk material is controlled by the width of the belt and changing the speed of the conveyor belt. When choosing a dispenser for loose components it is necessary to pay attention to the fact that the loose components differ in their parameters – density, particle size, humidity, slumping, abrasiveness etc.

These parameters directly affect the quality of concrete in the future – so trust this business to our professionals who, taking into account the peculiarities of your locality, will offer the technically sound solutions. Our experts are constantly improving and therefore have the extensive experience in the production and operation of concrete units – more than 100 successfully operating lines in Ukraine and beyond.

Feeding of inert materials into a concrete mixer:
Concrete hub:
Productivity: 80 m3/hour
Productivity: 15 m3/hour
Productivity: 30 m3/hour
Productivity: 10 m3/hour
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The consultation is free and does not oblige you to anything
The consultation is free and does not oblige you to do anything