XCMG’s first high-speed stabilized soil mixing plant XC800S constructed 4.2 km above the sea level on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
XCMG recently constructed the third high-speed stabilized soil mixing plant XC800S at 4.8 km above sea level on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the world’s highest and largest plateau that is of great strategic importance in the implementation of China’s Grand Western Development and “Belt and Road” Initiative. This was a part of the demand for 4 highly reliable cost effective and high-speed stabilized soil mixing plant equipments that XCMG had secured from a Shaanxi-based construction unit. To construct such a giant equipment on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau averagely standing over 3km above sea level is almost an impossible mission because the Plateau, also known as the “Roof of the World” and the “Third Pole”, has a harsh environment – low temperature, cold weather, strong sun’s rays, and overexposure to ultraviolet. But XCMG succeeded it in 7 days. Currently, the XC800S is functioning with an amazing performance that exceeds the client’s expectations.
XC800S is a combination of different types of machines used for stabilized soil mixing, which is later on used for highway and sub-base constructions and road projects at different levels. It is an improvement and refinement of previous products in XC series, equipped with a dual-mixing system and small cement transition chamber that portrays leading performances and technical indexes in China.
XC800S is known in markets for its eco-friendly and energy-saving characteristics. Most especially, it is the embodiment of invention patents and utility models that has been granted to XCMG by competent government authorities.
Highlights of XCMG Equipment’s Differentiation Advantage
XC800S is prioritize by customers for its batching machine which is used under different working conditions, multiple powder material provision system for various stabilizers, small cement transition chamber, large-volume low-level double-horizontal-shaft compulsory lining-board-free mixing technology, intelligent control features and ultrahigh cost/performance ratio.
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