“In the box” thinking
solves batching problems.
The C.U.B.E. is proof that several concrete batching solutions can be
put into one box. The C.U.B.E., short for Cart-Away Universal Batching
Equipment, allows users the flexibility to control most aspects of
job-site ready-mix production.
With a full 1 ½ yard mixing
C.U.B.E. can produce 6 to 8 yards of concrete per hour in a specific mix
design. The loading, mixing and dispensing of the concrete materials are
all completed inside of the box, reducing the amount of equipment needed
at the job-site. C.U.B.E.
The C.U.B.E. comes standard with a 36" by 120" sand
and gravel conveyor that can be top-loaded by a skid steer.
operators can control their batch size, mix
design, labor costs and overall ready-mix expenses on every project.
On-site batching eliminates short-load fees, reduces labor costs waiting
on ready-mix trucks and gives the profits from ready-mix to the C.U.B.E.
The mixing process is simplified due to the on-board material loading
conveyor. Just load the top-mounted conveyor with the sand and gravel
and it will flow into the drum for mixing. The C.U.B.E. includes a
hydraulic actuated bag breaker for loading in the powdered cement into
Water is added directly into the drum from plumbing that hooks
to a standard garden hose. The drum spins in both directions for mixing
or discharging and the tilting frame allows for dumping the wet concrete
into a loader bucket or wheel barrow for distribution.
An integrated water and cement loading system allows for
easy on-site batching at 6 to 8 yards per hour.
The Portable Batching Solution of
- Thrust blocks
- Drop inlets
- Light pole bases
- Slurry backfill
- Fence post sets
- Sidewalk patching
- Driveway approaches
- HVAC pads
- Handicap accesses
- Utility bases
- Faux stonework
- Wall grout
- Masonry footings
- Pump stations
- Cell sites
- Rammed earth walls
- Precast Items
- Remote bridgework
- Spa pads
- Patios & Mow strips
- Well casing
- Concrete overlays
- Shed footing & pads
- Stationary Job-site work
- Tow it on a trailer
- Mount it on a chassis
- Hook it with a roll-off system
- Raise it on a platform
- Mount it on a swivel
- Electric, Gas or Diesel power