ChillBatch Chillers

Concrete Chillers

100 Ton Chiller from Edwards Air Force Base in CASince 1981, American Geothermal, Inc. has been the leader in concrete temperature control for the Ready Mix Concrete Industry. Concrete batched at the proper temperature has the proper structural characteristics and cures properly. The key is heating and cooling batch water and aggregate economically and in sufficient volume to be able to meet the demands of your market and your customers.

Key Benefits:

  • You can produce a higher quality product; that meets the highest needs of your market.
  • You can run your trucks within a larger radius and still meet the specifications of your customers.
  • Your concrete is easier to finish.
  • Consistent Air Entrainment.
  • No Rejected Loads.
  • Deliver and pour concrete all day, every day, 365 days per year.
  • IMPROVES PERFORMANCE AND INCREASES POTENTIAL JOBS

Cost Savings

Operating Cost Assumption: ICE American Geothermal CHILLER

Savings

Cost per cubic yard $9.60 $0.09 $9.51
Cost per day (600 cubic yards) $5,760 $54.00 $5,706.00
Cost per year (10,000 cubic yards) $96,000 $900 $95,100

We can CHILL water to temperatures ranging from 65°F to 35°F, at a cost as low as $0.09 per yard.

Let us help you identify your concrete heating & cooling needs. You enjoy the Reliability, Quality and Savings!

Call or Email us today! Toll Free: 1-800-776-8039

Mix Design Questionnaire »

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Site or Location of proposed equipment

What is your water source for batchwater?

If other than municipal, is there a problem with water runoff?

Source water temperature in degrees F
F Summer
F Winter

Ambient air temperatures
F Summer
F Winter

Typical mix design

  Weight of mix Summer Temp Winter Temp
Pounds of Cement
Pounds of Stone
Pounds of Sand

Pounds or Gallons of TOTAL moisture

Pounds
Gallons

Pounds or Gallons of BATCH moisture

Pounds
Gallons

Desired concrete placement temperature at delivery site

F Summer
F Winter

Distance from batch plant to delivery site:

miles

How many yards of concrete per day do you plan to cool & heat?

YDS Summer
YDS Winter

How many total yards of concrete do you plan to cool/heat this year?

YDS Summer
YDS Winter

What electric service do you have at the plant:

Volts Hertz Phase Amps

What other fuel sources are you using now?

Other:

What is the timing of your heating and cooling improvement?

Other:

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