The MBA 2000's five screens increase mix flexibility
Benninghoven has launched a new mobile asphalt plant, the MBA 2000, with five rather than four screens and a capacity of up to 160 tonnes an hour. The addition of a fifth screen has come in response to customer needs, said Benninghoven’s director of marketing Lars Henrich.
“Having five screens as standard means that customers can have much more flexibility in the recipes they produce,” said Henrich.
Designed for ease and speed of erection and dismantling, the MBA plants are mounted on mobile steel foundations. They have been sized so that standard trailers can transport them, avoiding the time and inconvenience of arranging any special approvals.
Mobile plants, together with containerised plants, are Benninghoven’s most popular products, a trend that Henrich predicts will continue as countries around the world create new road infrastructure. “At the moment we are selling plants to countries in Eastern Europe, to Turkey and Russia. But in the future, we expect to supply them to countries around the world,” he said.