IMER Group Solutions Presented at SMOPYC 2008


The IMER Group, based in Poggibonsi, Italy attended SMOPYC 2008 to showcase its top-level solutions, with the aim of strengthening its position on the Spanish market: the range of Mortar Spraying and Conveying Machinery and the new ORU LINK concrete mixing plant, particularly suited to the needs of the Spanish companies.

SMOPYC 2008 was used by the IMER Group for the official Spanish launch of its Mortar Spraying and Conveying Division product range. Also showcased were some of the plaster sprayers from the Koine series and the multi-purpose Small 50 screw pump.

The IMER Group's Concrete Machinery Division was at SMOPYC 2008 with its new ORU LINK plant, specially designed to meet the demands of markets where dry systems are widely used. The system, in fact, has been developed on the basis of a thorough analysis of the needs of some European (especially Spanish), Central and South American markets. It is available in a number of different versions and is intended for pre-mixed concrete materials, with a production rate of about 90-150 m3/h. The ORU LINK is made up of 2 monoblocs (plus the cement silos, of capacity 30-70 t): the former comprises the hoppers assembly for the storage and batching of the aggregate and the latter the supporting framework, the folding transfer belt, the batching system, the water system and the control panel. The ORU LINK is fully pre-assembled and pre-wired and simple to transport and install, requiring very few operations for on-site installation.

The new ORU LINK plant is very compact, thanks to the decision to install the cement batching unit above the aggregate transfer belt. It is designed to guarantee maximum material flow and, thus, maximum constancy of production. For this reason, the ORU LINK cement batching unit is located in the upper part of the plant, giving a more rational, continuous flow of mixed cement and aggregate. The production efficiency is then matched by the ease of maintenance and the environmentally friendliness. As well as the ORU LINK, the IMER Group is also exhibiting the BTK 508 concrete batching plant with radius lift arms, capable of meeting the requirements of small construction sites, and the ORU ONEDAY mobile batching plant, a compact, sturdy solution, highly adaptable to specific needs.

Established in 1962 as a craft producer of small machines and equipment units for the building trade, the IMER Group is now an international organization present in over 40 countries throughout the world, including Canada.

Source: IMER Group

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