SITE TOUR - HALLETT CONCRETE PLANT

If you require further details please contact Colin McKay  at the SA Branch Office  phone 0400 331090 or [email protected].

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TOUR HOSTS

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When

Wednesday, 26 February 2020
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM

Where

HALLETT CONCRETE
Manchester Street cnr Railway Terrace, Mile End SA 5031

Overview

INNOVATION IN ACTION.


Hallett are Company Sponsors & great supporters of the Concrete Institute in South Aussie and are making this unique plant available to us for a site tour.


This plant is capable of 180m3 per hour and is a state of the art wet batch plant, unlike anything ever seen, the inner-suburban Mile End project, which was completed in March 2019, is world class, and incorporates innovative solutions to make sure it integrates seamlessly into the sensitive surrounding area.

The plant shares a site with a collection of unlikely neighbours, including a chocolate producer, a milk plant and various new car dealerships.

Trucks pull into the warehouse through curtain doors that open and shut automatically. The stone and sand are offloaded into underground bins and immediately transported to the next station, where they are sorted into seven different bins by product type. All of this is done via conveyors: the materials stay on the conveyor and are weighed using a weigh belt system, which is another groundbreaking innovation in this field.

The plant  is filled with smart automation and features a wet mixer, one of the first of its kind in Australia. 

 This is a unique opportunity so don't miss out. Numbers are very limited so register now!
 

Prices

Institute Members $0.00 Non Members $10.00 Institute Company Member Representatives $0.00

Program

4.15 pm    Meeting point....
                 Main office
 
4.30 pm     Tour commences for approx. one hour duration
 
5.30 pm     Finish

Personal protective equipment is a must.
NO PPE...No admittance.


Hardhat, steel cap boots, long sleeves, high-vis vest, safety glasses and gloves.

Communication Devices

 
Please note that audio and video recording or taking photographs is prohibited during this event without express approval from the Concrete Institute of Australia.

By making a booking you are acknowledging that you have read and accept the Concrete Institute of Australia’s
Terms of Service.