BRAC Drum Mix Asphalt Plant

Unique Features & Benefits

Wide capacity range - 150, 250 and 300 metric ton per hour
Money-back guarantee on rated production capacity
Built better and last longer - Uses stronger materials, state of art technology and quality components
Produces highly consistent and good quality asphalt mix
Operator friendly - Fully auto and yet supported by manual override mode as back-up
Approved pollution control system - Stainless steel made wet scrubber system provides effective cleaning at low operation and maintenance cost
Efficient and economical

LINNHOFF Asphalt Mixing Plant

Mobile Asphalt Plant

TSD1000: 60-80 TPH
TSD1500: 80-100 TPH
TSD2000: 120-160 TPH

Ease of transportation, very low transport costs, ease of installation & set-up, ease of dismantling, no heavy-concrete foundation required, no heavy lifting, and factory pre-wired with quick coupled cables.

CompactMix Asphalt Plant

CMX1000: 100-120 TPH
CMX2000: 120-160 TPH
CMX3000: 200-240 TPH

Quick installation with rapid set-up steel foundation, easy transportation, and economical operation.

TransitMix Asphalt Plant

TRX800: 40 TPH
TRX1000: 60 TPH

Small-capacity, compact modular asphalt plant for small projects and projects on small islands or remote locations.

Tower Asphalt Plant

LH3000: 220-240 TPH
LH4000: 300-320 TPH

High-capacity production plant for commercial urban hot mix asphalt sales and mega projects.

Hot & Cold Recycling Plant

HRC80: 80 TPH
HRC100: 100 TPH
HRC120: 120 TPH

Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) is effectively recycled for optimization of production cost & waste conservation.

Base Stabilization Plant

WM250: 250 TPH
WM400: 400 TPH

Continuous production of road base course material with options of additives, such as cement, lime, flyash, etc.

Containerized Asphalt Plant

CSD1200: 60 TPH
CDS1500: 90-100 TPH
CDS2500: 140-160 TPH
CDS3000: 200-240 TPH

Asphalt plant in 100%-ISO sea containers for easy transportation and installation, ease of dismantling, low transportation cost, no heavy-concrete foundation, plant security against unauthorized access & vandalism, and weather protection.

IMER Asphalt Mixing Plant

Wet Batch Plants

Serve a dual purpose - batching and mixing. Meter your sand, aggregates, cement, water, additives - combine together into our mixers and dispense into your transport vehicle. The key benefits are:

Precisely engineered mix
Less wear on your transit mixer
Less cement needed to achieve desired concrete strength
Improved driver efficiency
Wider range of materials can be mixed.

Horizontal batch plants are used when the proper space and size can be configured to fit within a desired space. This is the most common size and shape for a batch plant in that it is easy to add, maintain and configure. Vertical batch plants are a good solution when space is at a premium such as in metropolitan areas. Vertical batch plants utilize height rather than footprint of the layout to add more capacity per acre. A wet system can be retrofitted to fit and work with a dry batch system with some accessories and modifications.

Dry Batch Plants

This is your typical application batch plant that meters the aggregate, sand, cement, water and additives to fill into a ready mix truck or similiar type mixer for aggitation on the jobsite. These are typically less expensive than the wet process batch plants due to the elimination of the mixer. Dry batch plants are found normally in places where the concrete does not need to be highly engineered or average concrete. Cost per cubic yard of concrete is more than per yard of wet batch concrete factored over time.

Mobile Batch Plants

Ideal solution for easy build and or for temporary solutions. Mobile batch plants can be used for temporary batching built with ease of erection in mind. Mobile plants can range from quick, simple installations to fully functional, high production wet process batch plants. IMER makes it easy to erect, transport and install with features like:

Prewired cages and preassembled components
Easy erection and assembly with a crane
Easy transport on flatbed trailer
Installation on a cement pad will minimal foundations
Use with IMER Radius lift arms or use with hopper and converyors



The chutes of this batch plant were severely worn out from the years of concrete batching (including hoppers, bins, mixers, and the like), so this was a job that involved service and fabrication outside of our shop. It was an all-hands-on-deck job that took place on-site — involving custom chute work, refabrication, and reinstallation. Reconditioning the batch plant took us just two weeks, exceeding the expectation and helping our customer get up and going quickly so they could satisfy their contracts and commitments.


The drum mix system consists of a proportionally controlled cold feed system, which feeds onto an inclined conveyor that uses a belt scale to determine the weight of the aggregate (in tonnes per hour) being fed to the drum mixer. The asphalt proportioning system is interlocked with the aggregate conveyor and enters the drum mixer simultaneously with the aggregate. Plants are designed for remote controlled operation which utilizes digital readout of the automatic monitoring system. A surge storage system is incorporated to ensure a smooth truck traffic and constant plant operation.