Ultralite Plus Technical Specifications

The Bay-Lynx Volumetric Mixer comes in various configurations depending on your chassis preferences and local highway regulations.

Production Capacity 10 yd3
Production Rate
Up to 78yd3/hr
Aggregate Bin Volume 205 ft3
Sand Bin Volume 170 ft3
Cement Bin Volume 97 ft3
Water Tank Volume 500 US Gallon
Unit Weight 7,395 lbs 8,050 lbs (XL Version)
Production Capacity 8 m3
Production Rate
Up to 60m3/hr
Aggregate Bin Volume 5.8 m3
Sand Bin Volume 4.8 m3
Cement Bin Volume 2.8 m3
Water Tank Volume 1,900 l
Unit Weight 3,350 kg 3,610 kg (XL Version)

Standard Unit Features

  • Square Strike Offs
    The outlet and metering of the Aggregate and Sand in our mixer is design so that material can come out in as close to a perfect cube as possible - this means your aggregate usage is extremely accurate and your concrete is always perfect.
  • Dual Over-Under Cement Metering Augers
    Our cement bin uses two parallel augers to meter out the cement from the Portland bin. The side-by-side configuration allows for steeper cement bin sides to avoid any cement bridging.
  • Two Admix Systems
    Standard on all mixers is capacity for two liquid admixes so that your concrete will be flexible and exactly what your customers desire.
  • BatchPro Connect
    The software solution provides a web customer order portal, a dispatch software and a mobile application for your operator to track everything on the mixer.
  • Cement & Aggregate Drive Metering System
    Hydraulically linked cement to feed drive. Cement is the most expensive ingredient in concrete, so management is essential.
  • Dual Stage Water System
    Our water system is designed to give you lower pressure when you are producing concrete and then when you are washing up you will be able to get up to 100psi pressure allowing you to keep your unit looking the smartest in the market.
  • Wireless Remote
    The wireless remote is great for your operator because he can now be more productive while on the job-site and ensure the customer is getting the service promised.
  • Autodosage System
    Have water and admix content automatically controlled and measured using the Bay-Lynx autodosage set-up.


  • Liquid Color Additive System
    We have successfully developed and employed on numerous units a liquid color admix system that provides extremely accurate repeatably this means you can become the preferred color concrete supplier of choice in your market.
  • Back-up Cameras
    Health and safety is always a concern. We are able to add dash cams, rear view cameras and even aggregate and conveyor belt monitoring camera to help ensure quality and the safety of your staff and those around the job site and when in transit.
  • Additional Admix Systems
    Perhaps your require more specialty concrete using liquid admixtures. Not a problem more can be added. Ask us more when requesting a quote.
  • Auto Greaser System
    We have partnered with Lube Core and can offer a complete auto greaser system for your chassis and mixer. Auto greaser systems take most of the concern away regarding longevity and maintenance. Ask us more when you request a quote.

Frequently asked Questions

  • What are the advantages of a volumetric concrete mixer verses traditional ready-mix drum mixed concrete?

    Both a concrete plant with ready-mix drum trucks and volumetric concrete mixer produce quality concrete however, there are some distinct advantages to choosing a volumetric mixer.

    i. Customer only pays for exactly what they need: Because the VCM is in essence a mobile concrete batching plant if the customer needs a little more or a little less then what they originally thought it is not a problem because production stops when the job is done. With Ready-mix drum trucks the customer has to make an accurate estimate of what is needed because it is batched and water is added at the plant then delivered to the site.

    ii. Concrete is ALWAYS Fresh: With a VCM the concrete is made fresh every second as it is being produced so the newest concrete is what is being laid. With concrete from a drum truck the concrete coming out last is the oldest and may already be stiff.

    iii. Small quantities are not a problem: With a VCM you can produce as little as a quarter of a cubic meter or yard of concrete and then pack up and go to another job. With traditional drum trucks, this becomes almost impossible and very uneconomical. After a small load, the drum truck also has to return to the plant to reload for the next job.

    iv. Multiple mixes in one stop: With a VCM the operator can do a variety of concrete mixes in one stop. For instance, perhaps a sidewalk had to be removed to get at some utilities. A VCM could then produce some fill concrete to cover the utilities and bring the grade to underside of sidewalk slab height. Then the slab could be formed up and the VCM could produce the correct concrete for the sidewalk slab as well without have to return to the job site.

    v. Time is not a factor: With a VCM the problem of time does exist. Concrete in a delivered in a drum truck is exposed to water at the plant and is now perishable and the time to get it delivered and into position is less than 2 hours. With a VCM you can deliver concrete an infinite distance away. With a VCM you can be stuck in traffic and still deliver fresh concrete to the customer. With a VCM delays on the job are much less stressful.

    vi. Evenings and Weekends: To open a traditional batch plant after hours or on the weekends can cost thousands of dollars and require a minimum quantity of concrete to be ordered. With a VCM anytime and any day is just like any other.

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