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Rapid Continuous Mixing Plant

Twin Shaft Continuous Mixing Plant Availability

By Andie Rapid - November 3, 2016

November 3rd, 2016

Hitched and ready to roll to a site near you...  

The stork just arrived and this baby comes with her own manual.

That is not all, we have another 400C Plant available to rent or buy!  She has 501.5 hours and is still under manufacturers warranty.  If interested please contact Jimmy @

The Rapidmix 400C is a Volumetric twin shaft continuous mixing plant, designed for: civil, environmental and paving contractors.

If quality, quantity, versatility and value are important to your business and your reputation look no further for your continuous mixing plant needs.

Rapidmix was designed and developed to be a cost effective method for mixing a wide range of materials in many forms of application as listed below:
* Roller-Compacted Concrete (RCC), for pavement or dams.
* Cement Treated Base (CTB), or Cement Stabilized Base.
* Bentonite enriched soils for lagoons, waste landfills and protective cell linings.
* Sludge solidification for hazardous and non-hazardous waste.
* Contaminated soil stabilization. (Lead, Mercury, etc.)
* Flowable fill. (Materials loaded directly into mixer trucks and charged with water.)
* Soil Cement.
The Rapidmix is totally mobile and completely self-contained. It can be set-up, erected and calibrated usually in about 4 to 6 hours. The Rapidmix is completely self-sufficient with an on-board generator and Volvo Tier 4 Final diesel engine. The machine is electrically driven with the exception of the hydraulic system used for set-up and erection of the equipment.  The Rapidmix continuously monitors the in-feeds or weight of all materials in the mix recipe. The aggregate bin contains a removable divider.  A 48-ton silo is capable of up to 60 T.P.H.  The large mixing chamber boasts twin-shafts with 72 Ni-Hard cast paddles which run at 110 R.P.M. that insure a homogeneous mix on a consistent basis of up to 400-600 tons per hour.  

Get one before she is gone...