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Ammann has had a presence in the asphalt plant industry for more than 100 years – before the advent of recycled asphalt, continuous drum mixers or transport-optimized plants. What hasn’t changed is how Ammann does business. To this day all core components are engineered and manufactured in-house to create a perfect fit and ultimately ...
ammann plant the key component of asphalt production centre 14/10/2020 Ammann and Hangzhou Road & Bridge Group are doing more than making asphalt at a facility in Renhe, a subdistrict of Hangzhou – the capital of China’s Zhejiang province.
In the subsequent years under Ulrich, Ammann transitioned from mill construction to road construction. That included acquiring a patent in 1908 for macadam machines – essentially the asphalt mixing plant of that time – and launching the first motorised Ammann rollers in 1911. Also in 1911, Ulrich’s son Arthur joined the family business.
High Recycling Technology plants maximize the use of recycled asphalt and are even capable of using recycled consumables such as printer cartridge toner, glass and tyres. An Australian asphalt manufacturer partnered with Ammann and created mix from 99 percent recycled materials, including the consumables.
Used Ammann Asphalt Mixing Plants for sale in Germany | Machinio
1999 Ammann #1251. Manufacturer: Ammann Asphalt mixing plant Ammann Double drum system capacity: 250 t / h Year 1999, as well as components from 2006 and 2007 Amman dry / new mineral drum with Oertli 2-substance monoblock burner 15.5 MW Amman Recycling...