The Mobile Batch Plant

Needing to prevent lost time? Productivity an issue? This is your solution!

As the high-demand of the construction industry and your clients rise, we know your need to meet their deadlines.

With a combined 100 years of experience, RufDiamond, Bay-Lynx and PowerTraxx come together to create your on-site concrete batching solution, supported by concrete material solutions from King.


The Mobile Batch Plant Mixes Concrete On Site

Project Advancement | Fresh On-Demand Concrete | Under Budget and Ahead of Schedule

No Waste | No Rushed Deliveries | No Cost for Overloading | Environmentally Friendly | Zero Risks of Emergency Offloads, Pour Data, Job-site Documentation and Mix Design Management

Why Use Mobile Batch Plants Instead Of Drum Mixers?

No wheeled drum trucks or stationary plant required | No lost loads due to equipment malfunction or transport time, Fuel, labour and maintenance savings due to less equipment | Strategically placed preblend totes for advanced usage


No need to travel with wet concrete. Fresh concrete produced on-demand with Mobile Batch Plant allows for a more workable and quality concrete. Accurately adjust and track water-to-material content ratios on the fly. No wasted material due to the quantity control of on-demand mixing.


The Mobile Batch Plant allows you to produce concrete that is fresh right on-site, where and when you need it. No more wasted loads. State of the art tech keeping you fully informed of what mix design is being used. Safe, reliable and robust.


Control the cost, the quality and the supply of your concrete.


The Mobile Batch Plant can easily produce 50m of concrete per hour. You can pre-order your totes and save significantly by not requiring drills, loaders, explosives, rock crushers and other equipment and resources needed to operate the stationary batch plant. No more waiting for drum trucks to arrive and work around their schedule. You have control of production.


Easy and quick modifications to the concrete’s workability on-the-fly with the Pre Blend Mixers.



  • Fresh concrete is produced via continuously mixing a dry pre-packaged, pre-blended concrete mix typically packaged in 1000KG bulk bags.
  • The pre-packaged concrete mix contains Portland cement, fine and coarse aggregate, and carefully selected powdered admixtures.
  • The pre-packaged concrete is mixed on-site with only the addition of water.
  • 1000KG bulk bags each have a final concrete yield of 0.44m3.
  • 1000KG bulk bags are packaged with two bags per pallet.
  • 1000KG bulk bags are protected by 5mm poly bags and shrink wrap, providing water resistant packaging.
  • Unopened bags have a shelf life of 12 months.
  • King dry pre-packaged bulk bags can freeze and then be used once thawed as long as no moisture has entered the powdered product.
  • KING concrete is designed with natural normal-density non-reactive fine and coarse aggregates to eliminate potential alkaliaggregate reactivity (AAR).
  • All KING concrete products are manufactured using ISO 9001:2015 Certified Processes.


  • Concrete mixes can be designed to meet any CSA A23.1-19 class of concrete.
  • Concrete mixes can be designed to meet the requirements of OPSS 1350.


The PowerTraxx carrier is the perfect solution to transport the Bay-Lynx mixer to and from your site. Born and bred for the off-road, the PowerTraxx has the strength, power, and maneuverability to traverse your tough jobsite conditions and offload the first of many pours!

Be it mud, snow, ice, muskeg, inclines, side slopes, etc., whatever you throw at it, the PowerTraxx carrier can handle it. Its robust design, walking beam suspension, and powerful Cummins turbo diesel engine makes transporting the Bay-Lynx mixer to any location/job-site easier than you ever thought possible!


PowerTraxx also offers a wide variety of flat or dump deck haulers, with or without cranes, to deliver the pre-bagged concrete to their locations ahead of time and to ease the loading process.


Steel Track


Dimensions (in) 330L x 162W x 124H
Weight (lbs) 32,000
Payload Capacity (lbs) 40,000
Ground Pressure Loaded (PSI) 4.80
Speed (mph) 8
Engine Cummins QSB 6.7, 275 hp
Tracks (Steel D-dent) 40″ x 1/2″ Grouser, 107H 6ply

Rubber Track


Dimensions (in) 326L x 125W x 129H
Weight (lbs) 40,000
Payload Capacity (lbs) 40,000
Ground Pressure Loaded (PSI) 5.95
Speed (mph) 10
Engine Cummins QSB 6.7, 275 hp
Tracks (Rubber) 900 x 150 x 80

Help Prevent Accidents & Spills

Below is an example of the risks of using a traditional drum mixer.
By mixing concrete on site, you no longer have to worry about the negative environmental impacts and headaches that will follow.
The documented reporting procedure for the plant site should outline when it is necessary to report the spill incident. Responsibility for reporting the spill is with the person who permitted the spill or the person having control of the substance.


In situations where wet (fresh) concrete or partially mixed cementitious materials are released from the mixer drum in an uncontrolled situation (e.g. chute or hopper failures, collision accident opening up the mixer drum or a mixer truck rollover), implement the following release response procedures.
A basic spill response plan for wet concrete would include, but not be limited to, the following items:

  • Alert any other parties who may be affected by the concrete spill.
  • Secure concrete spill area and establish access control.
  • Safely contain the released material. Build dikes using available on-site surface materials (e.g., soil, clay, sand, gravel or snow) to contain the wet concrete or slurry. Ensure the flow of wet concrete or slurry is prevented from entering any storm sewer opening, drainage ditch or water body.
  • Depending on site conditions and area activities, let the wet concrete set up, usually within 75 to 120 minutes, depending on concrete mixture strength. For slurry, collect into drums or plastic garbage cans with tight fitting lids if spill volume is less than one cubic meter. A vacuum truck is recommended for collecting any larger volumes of slurry.
  • If the concrete spill occurs into a drainage ditch, water body or watercourse, use dikes of sand and gravel or snow and ice to contain the spilled concrete, especially concrete mixtures with increased slump or more viscous, fluid properties. Building dikes in standing water, with soil or clay materials, should only be considered as a last resort. If available, use spill kits in the mixer truck or on-site spill kits with spill socks or booms, to encircle spilled concrete and stake socks or booms as required. Sand bags can also be used for encircling spill or anchoring spill socks or booms. Let the wet concrete set up if it has entered open water, usually within 90 to 120 minutes, depending on concrete mixture strength.
  • Notify plant manager, safety officer or environmental officer about the spill incident. Also, notify customer if the spill occurred on their property.
  • The plant manager or designated employees should notify the proper authorities of the spill incident if required by regulation.
  • Restock spill response equipment and supplies.
  • Debrief responders and discuss response.
  • Prepare an incident report for review by employees.

Freedom Of Mobility With Our Mobile Batch Plant Solution

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