Wagss recently delivered two new grout machines for John Holland in Australia. The first of the two large twin bowl grout machines was built for the Cape Lambert Jetty upgrade in the North West.
The twin bowl electric unit contained two 1200-litre mixing tanks capable of accepting bulker bags. While one tank was to contain a colloidal mixer, the other was a hold tank to feed the pump.
The pump for the grout machine was a 4d 2908 delivering 200lpm and 24 bar of pressure. The Wagss grout machine was electrically operated via a central control box.
Both the colloidal mixer and grout pump contained fully programmable variable speed drives to allow for different flows and mixing speeds.
The second of the Wagss grout machines was built for the John Holland joint venture at Cotter Dam in the ACT.
Also a twin bowl unit, this grout machine contained air operated paddle mixers in both bowls. A pneumatically driven version of the same pump was utilised for the machine.
Both twin bowl grout machines were supplied with full decking, hand railing, and fully primed and painted finish.