Learn More about How Much Does A Bitumen Plant Cost

How much an asphalt mixing plant costs depends on plant type (mobile, drum mix, batch mix, environmentally friendly, hot recycling, etc), plant capacity (100t/h, 400t/h, etc.) and the configuration of the plant. There are some other factors that can influence the price, however, the core influencing elements will be your bitumen output requirements. If you have a clear idea of what your specific demands are, you should be able to quickly obtain an accurate bitumen plant quote online.

1. Type of Bitumen Plant

There are lots of different types of plants for sale, including portable, stationary, batch mix, traditional hot mix, asphalt drum mix and many more. Each type of plant has its own set of features and performance characteristics and the differences in price between different asphalt plant types can be huge. This means that you need to demand exactly what type of bitumen plant you require for your operations and you need to research the pros and cons of different models. Read more at

2. Asphalt Plant Capacity

You need to calculate the capacity of an asphalt mixing plant based on the scale of your project. In general, the higher the capacity of a plant, the more expensive it will be. However, it's important to make sure you choose a model that can meet the asphalt production demands of your business. You don't want to find yourself having to upgrade machinery in the near future because you underestimated your capacity needs.

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3. Bitumen Plant Configuration

There are several things to take into account when planning your asphalt plant configuration, such as the number of aggregate hoppers needed, size of the bitumen tank, vibrating screen mesh sizes, temporary storage units for finished mixture, number of baghouse dust collectors and much more. You also need to think about what brands of speed reducers, burners, and electrical components would be best to invest in. The configuration design of your asphalt production plant can have a big impact on the overall cost of the plant. Many businesses opt for design configurations that are easier to upgrade when more capital becomes available. Learn further from

Asphalt Plant Prices

When hot mix plants are imported and exported there are lots of different connotations linked to listed prices to understand. Ex-factory price is the total cost of manufacturing the plant equipment. FOB (free on board) price refers to the price of the plant at the time it is loaded onto the buyer's chosen goods vehicle at the port designated in the contact. As well as including ex-factory price, the FOB price also includes a seller's loading charges, domestic freight, customs declaration fee, bank fee, commodity inspection fee, etc. In summary, FOB asphalt plant price includes all the costs of the plant before the cargo ship leaves the port. Visit AIMIX to learn more.

CIF (cost, insurance and freight) price includes the costs and insurance of goods before arrival at the destination port. The seller bears the responsibility of the cost, freight, and insurance of goods. The dutiable value is the price of customs tariffs on imported/exported goods.

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