Liebherr concrete mixing plant for smaller budgets

Liebherr has launched the new LCM 1.0 concrete mixing plant which is capable of producing up to 60m³ output per hour.
October 26, 2020
The LCM 1.0 mixing plant is suitable for stationary and mobile operation
The LCM 1.0 mixing plant is suitable for stationary and mobile operation

The Switzerland-based equipment manufacturer says it is reacting to market requirements as the demand for smaller, transport-optimised plants for a manageable budget is growing. It adds that concrete production with an in-house mixing plant is becoming more attractive.

In addition to stationary use, pre-assembled subassemblies and steel foundations make the plant suitable for mobile operation, for example on construction sites or leased land.

The plant can be operated by an intuitive control system via a laptop. Ascent and platforms are spacious and designed to ensure optimal accessibility, simplifying cleaning and service work. The Liebherr ring-pan mixing system enables an output of up to 60 m³ of fresh concrete, and various aggregate silos with a storage volume of 40 to 100 m³ are available.

The plant can be equipped with up to 3 cement silos (100 tonnes each). Optional equipment can be ordered including moisture measurement, ice scale, cladding and control container.

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