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Thanks to its experience in the sector, Overmat has been manufacturing automated screed production systems on trucks for years. 

The screed machine, both traditional and self-levelling, signed Overmat has become a real modern building site that allows the operators to work in any context and situation saving time and improving quality.

The systems created by Overmat are completely automated and provide for: dosing, mixing, pumping directly on site the screed (sand-cement and self-levelling) and the substrates (lightened or in cement). All this is done directly on a truck or trailer.

This innovative system has the great advantage of completing the work on site in half the time compared to the traditional type of work.

One of the latest machines produced by Overmat is the automatic plant for mixing and pumping lightened sub-bases and self-levelling screeds on site.

Why is an automated screed truck an advantage for the installer?

The materials and raw materials required for the construction site are stored directly in the plant. Dosing and mixing are fully automatic and the operator selects the recipe from the operator panel.

Each plant is equipped with a GPS-GPRS system that allows geolocation and real-time viewing of the plant status.

What are the advantages?

  • Quick implementation
  • Time saving
  • Economic savings
  • Increased productivity

The Overmat automated construction site

When the truck arrives the materials are already loaded and available for use.

The operator starts the working cycle from the control panel. Using the remote control, he starts, stops the machine or changes quantities.

The barrel is lowered and the tube is unrolled to the area to be worked on.

The mixture that comes out is always homogeneous and there is no waste.

The sand is transported by a conveyor belt and the cement is extracted by means of a screw pump; they are then weighed on load cells, while flow meters correctly dose the quantities of water and additives.

Everything is automatically mixed and then pumped to the laying surface.

At the end of the job it is possible to print a production sheet (using the printer integrated in the operator panel) with an indication of the quantities actually used.