Your favorite restaurant did not become your favorite until after you tried the food. Sure, you can like the atmosphere, the bar options, the seating arrangements and you can be best friends with the hostess, but if the food was not amazing, you would not consistently walk through the doors to taste what the chef has been cooking. All those extras – the seating, the low lights, the impeccably polite staff – come second to how much you love the food.

To make the food great, proper tools and techniques are required, along with the chef’s immense knowledge. When you’re cooking, an imprecise oven can ruin an evening by charring the meal.

The root of these ideas can be applied to asphalt plant automation. Communities, organizations and businesses choose their asphalt producers because of their reliable recipes.

A bad asphalt recipe is prone to cracking and breaking down over time. Even if you believe your plant’s recipes are great, without the proper tools, you are leaving the recipe open for human error.

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Additionally, incoming asphalt requests are requiring ingredients and mix designs that demand absolute precision. Automation is the only way to meet these demands.

The KFBatch II automated system from Standley Batch offers the ability to match targets so you do not risk wasting your batches. For dependable asphalt that yields referrals or brings large marks back, ensure your plant is on top of quality control by monitoring your yields from start to finish.

Email or call Standley Batch Systems today to learn about how we can set you up with the durable KFBatch II automation control system. Learn about our other specialty products here. Contact us at sales@standleybatch.com or call (800) 325-8084.

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