ADM Redesigns EX 120 Asphalt Plant with Reverse Air Baghouse
Producers in dozens of countries have experienced firsthand the high-quality asphalt plants manufactured by ADM, headquartered in Huntington, Indiana, including the EX 120 asphalt plant, part of the ADM EX Series of plants.
Recently redesigned with a reverse air baghouse (in lieu of a pulsejet), the single-drum EX 120 with counterflow technology is more compact and portable than ever. With its shorter length, the plant’s new design makes it easier than before to transport. Plus, the redesigned EX 120 takes up less real-estate on the job site, making the plant ideal for remote and demanding locations worldwide, according to the manufacturer.
For customers with smaller production requirements who need to meet all federal and state environmental specifications, the EX 120 asphalt plant gets up to 99.99 percent efficiency with the baghouse when normal clean aggregate materials are used, according to the manufacturer.
The counterflow technology also enables the EX 120 to achieve the highest level of heat transfer and fuel efficiency, using separate drying and mixing zones for highest quality asphalt production. Affordable and ruggedly built, the EX 120 offers producers a fast return on investment at a low cost per ton.
With up to 50 percent RAP usage, ADM customers who currently use ADM’s SPL Series of asphalt plants, and who require more RAP usage and environmental soundness, will want to explore the EX 120. A wide range of components is available to customize the plant to meet customers’ specific production needs.
For more information, contact Carlos Cardenas or Jeff Dunne at (260) 637-5729 or visit www.admasphaltplants.com/ex-series/.