Twin-shaft mixing technology is suitable for all formulas and offers a wide range of benefits. The mixing procedure has a significant effect on the quality of the mixture produced and the economic efficiency of the production process. Watch the video and learn more about major projects from around the world where the twin-shaft batch mixer (DKX) has proven itself under the most difficult conditions.
Smooth mixing unit, three-dimensional mixing principle and maximum reliability: Efficiency and quality go hand in hand at BHS. The mixer is the key component in the production of concrete paving blocks. Our proven twin-shaft batch mixer can adapt flexibly to your needs and requirements and mix even small batches reliably. Watch the video to learn more about the twin-shaft batch mixer (DKX) in use at the concrete block factory of Excluton.
Twin-shaft mixing technology is suitable for all formulas and offers a wide range of benefits. The mixing procedure has a significant effect on the quality of the mixture produced and the economic efficiency of the production process. Watch the video to learn more about the use of the dry powder batch mixer (DMX) at the dry-mortar plant of Rethmisch GmbH.
Shorter construction times thanks to BHS-Sonthofen twin-shaft batch mixers: For the renovation of three highway overpasses in Switzerland, we assisted KIBAG with a complete mixing system for ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC). Mixing this highly abrasive material is a demanding task, but it’s an easy feat for the twin-shaft batch mixer as you can see in the video.
A mixing plant with BHS twin-shaft batch mixers proved itself in a major project completed by Europoles GmbH & Co. KG that involved the production of high-strength concrete. Europoles delivered 618 supports made from white, high-strength spun concrete for the third largest mosque in the world. The pole manufacturer, based in Neumarkt, Germany, produced the concrete for the columns, which are up to 34 meters high and weigh up to 34 metric tons, with twin-shaft batch mixers from BHS-Sonthofen’s DKX range. For this purpose, the existing BHS-Sonthofen mixing plant was modified and upgraded.
Test run of a dry powder batch mixer of type DMX 2600 prior to delivery. The DMX series of twin-shaft batch mixers was specially developed to meet the particular requirements of mixing dry materials.
Upgrading and modernizing a mixing plant for ready-mixed concrete in Switzerland in 2010. The operator was able to increase the output of the mixing plant by replacing the old mixer that had a smaller batch capacity of 3.0 cubic meters with a larger new high-performance twin-shaft batch mixer of type DKXS 4.5