The batch plant controller for two and three mixer plants with extensive extra automation

Get best value out of your plant by running it with the best batch plant controller.  BatchTron III, with its 12″ color touch screen and optional second touch screen is the choice of many precast concrete companies for two to three mixer plants with high volume production.  Perfect for animal feed, many food products and concrete brick/block/paver production, it optimizes the timing to give you the maximum possible throughput.

Visual and intuitive with outstanding reliability, BatchTron turns work into fun.

BatchTron III batch plant controller for delivery to a high-production dam project

A batch plant controller tailored to your operation, to run it the way YOU want. Unattended operation - no operator needed in most plants - BatchTron III can react to batch calls from multiple mud hopper sensors, demand stations or Mobile Control tablet PCs, handling them all in turn and giving priority to the critical one without missing a beat . . . Read more

BatchTron III is the choice of large corporations such as Hanson, Lafarge Construction Products and many others.

BatchTron III batch plant controller has been in use at Con Cast Pipe's two mixer plant for many years

The BatchTron-III batch plant controller is available as a free standing console, wall-mount cabinet with built-in screen or wall-mount cabinet with separate desk console screen unit. Plants using one mixer can easily be run from one screen. For plants with 2 or 3 mixers, we recommend two screens for ease of operation . . . Read more

Illustrated is a two screen BatchTron-III at Con Cast Pipe Inc., Guelph Ontario.

Tailored to your operation

Do you have an automated batching system with a full time operator who runs it day in, day out?  Many do, and they don’t realize that they can save major dollars by setting things up differently.  At Scale-Tron, the first thing we want to know is HOW you run your operation, and then WHY.  This allows us to plan a method for ordering your concrete the way you want it, and delivering it to where you want it, when you want it; for example, fork lift operators ordering material through Mobile Control.  We work with you to plan a full automation system.  How much savings would this give in your operation?