Concrete batching plant tower 1. The tower has a blocking design, easy to install and transfer. 2 The control room and the tower are separate, easy to repair, without shaking and exam. 3 The door of transition storehouse has a special cone crusher designed structure, cooperate with electric control system; It can open for a second time, to meet the needs of high capacity concrete mix. 4 Utilice color steel sandwich board as the out casing has a function of heat preservation, heat insulation.
Inside of the room, it is equipped with dust catcher, avoiding pollution. Hay num’axes stream fan in the mixing floor and weighing floor, according to the national environment protect regulation, it can form a cross-ventilation in and out tower. Contractor NCC said demand in the Nordic construction market was stable during the first half of the year after it reported an increase in sales but drop in net profit for the period. Liquid weighing 1. To meet the demand of high-speed railway construction, the equipment has two liquid weighing for the user to choose. According to the demand of customer, the ratio is changeable. 2 With liquid hopper, adopting temporary extractive weighing structure, the weighing precision is improved.
3 The equipment can be equipped with pump and butterfly valve which can work at 80 c, if the tubes and carry out in cold winter. NCC said net sales were up from SEK13 billion (1.6 billion) in the six months to 30 June last year to SEK14 billion (1.7 billion) in the first half of 2012. Net profit fell from SEK369 million (45 million) last year to SEK341 million (41 million) in the first half of 2012. The company s construction units in Denmark, Finland and Norway reported improved earnings, with higher volumes and stronger margins. At the same time, earnings in Sweden declined due to impairment losses on projects. Construction output in from the European Union (EU27) fell 5.8% year-on-year in June, while output from the Eurozone fell 2.8%, according to the latest figures from Eurostat. NCC said the construction market was strong in Norway, while demand was weaker in the company’s other markets, primarily in Denmark and Finland, resulting in an overall stable picture for the region. The market trend is difficult to assess and NCC does not expect construction investments to grow significantly in 2012, the company said. This makes June the sixth consecutive month since the start of 2012 in which construction output declines have been recorded. The largest annual decreases for June were registered in Portugal (- 18.9%), UK (- 15.5%), Hungary (- 11.1%) and Slovakia (- 11.0%). Year-on-year increases in construction ball mill output were recorded in Sweden (4.6%), Germany (3.0%) and Romania (0.1%).