Asphalt Drum Mixers Offers Durable Cold Feed Bins

Fri March 23, 2012 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


ADM cold feed bins are equipped with tapered sidewalls and a specially designed belt feeder.
ADM cold feed bins are equipped with tapered sidewalls and a specially designed belt feeder.

Offered in both stationary and portable designs, cold feed bins from Asphalt Drum Mixers Inc. (ADM) are engineered and constructed for maximum durability. Built to withstand abrasive aggregates and other job site abuse, the bins are manufactured with all welded painted steel, industrial strength columns and end bracing to outlast other similar systems, according to the manufacturer.

ADM cold feed bins are equipped with tapered sidewalls and a specially designed belt feeder to virtually eliminate plugging and bridging problems, whether the bin is heaped or low. Material flow is further enhanced by a fully adjustable radial gate system with self-relieving tapered discharge opening. These features all work together to simplify operation and ensure high quality asphalt production.

The bins provide more capacity and better accuracy for Superpave and other high specification mixes. Available in single bin and multi-bin configurations, ADM cold feed bins are compatible with any control system and can be retrofitted to add extra tonnage capacity to existing cold feed systems, regardless of brand. The bins are offered with bolt-on or hinged extensions, and minimal onsite assembly is required.

A family-owned company since 1974, Asphalt Drum Mixers Inc. offers asphalt plants, auxiliary equipment, parts and service.

For more information, call 260/637-5729 or visit www.admasphaltplants.com.




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