What is site concrete ?


Ready-mix concrete is concrete that is manufactured in a factory or batching plant, according to a set recipe, and then delivered to a work site, by truck mounted in–transit mixers.

What is a concrete batch plant ?

concrete plant, also known as a batch plant or batching plant, is a device that combines various ingredients to form concrete. Some of these inputs include sand, water, aggregate (rocks, gravel, etc.), fly ash, potash, and cement. There are two types of concrete plants: ready mix plants and central mix plants.

How concrete is sold?

Ready-mixed concrete is sold by volume measured in cubic yards. If you can determine the area of your concrete project (length x width for rectangular projects) and know the thickness of the slab, you can use the information in the Concrete Volume Calculator below to determine how much concrete you need.

Advantages of Ready Mixed Concrete:-


  • Quality assured concrete :- Concrete is produced under controlled conditions using consistent quality of raw material.
  • High speed of construction- Speed of construction can be vary fast in case RMC is used.
  • Reduction in cement consumption by 10 – 12 % due to better handling and proper mixing. Further reduction is possible if mineral admixtures or cementations materials are used.
  • Versatility in uses and methods of placing: The mix design of the concrete can be tailor made to suit the placing methods of the contractor.
  • Since ready mixed concrete (RMC) uses bulk cement instead of bagged cement, dust pollution will be reduced and cement will be saved.
  • Conservation of energy and resources because of saving of cement.
  • Environment pollution is reduced due to less production of cement.
  • With better durability of structure, their overall service life increase and there is saving in life-cycle cost.
  • Eliminating or minimizing human error and reduction in dependency on labour.
  • Timely deliveries in large as well as small pours.
  • No need for space for storing the materials like coarse and fine aggregate, cement, water and admixtures.
  • No delay due to site based batching plant erection / dismantling; no equipment to hire; no depreciation of costs.
  • Reduced noise and air pollution; less consumption of petrol and diesel and less time loss to business.