Civil construction machinery

Civil Construction deals with the construction, and maintenance of fixed structures, or public works, as they are related to earth, water, or civilization and their processes. Most civil engineering today deals with roads, railways, structures, water supply, sewer, flood control and traffic.

Civil engineering involves the following types:


» General Engineering
» Structural Engineering
» Geotechnical Engineering
» Transport Engineering
» Environmental Engineering
» Hydraulic Engineering
» Construction Engineering
» Material Science Engineering
» Urban Engineering


Basically, Civil Construction involves the use of following machinery:

» Cement Plants
» Vacuum Dewatering System
» Groove Cutting Machine
» Concrete Mixers
» Cranes
» Kerb Layer
» Transit Mixers
» Concrete Pumps
» Boom Pumps

We manufacture concrete batching plants to help you deliver your projects on time.

We manufacture Stationary Concrete Plants as well as Mobile Concrete Batching Plants.

The concrete mixing plants come in the capacities 20 m3/hr. and 200 m3/hr. and are designed for rough use.

The AMCB Series of portable concrete plants offers you easy of mobility for the contractor on the go. It is ideal machine for those who want mobility with reasonable production work but are keen on accuracy.

These plants have a panel board system with digital display system for all the parameters. The mix material will be homogeneously mixed before letting into a transit mixer.

For those who want productivity and quality with ease, ASCB series concrete batch plant is the ideal batching plant for them. The plant allows homogenous mixing of material through its twin shaft mixer.

This is an ideal plant for those who want to own a concrete plant for productivity and its ruggedness. The concrete mixer plant manufactured in India by Atlas Industries is extremely easy to use, operate and maintain. Mobile concrete mix plants are available from 20 m3/hr. to 60 m3/hr. Stationary concrete mixers are available in the capacities 30 m3/hr. to 200 m3/hr.
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