Creteheads, Owen Blevins, ConcreteAnswers.TV bringing you the internet’s most passionate show about concrete plants and equipment! Today we’re heading out to Vegas, CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011, where we met up with a young man by the name of Kolby from California. Twelve year old jet I might add, whose parents are school teachers, they took him out to CONEXPO-CON/AGG for his birthday. How cool is that? Talk about a kid in a candy store. Well listen, Kolby was kind enough to give us a personal tour of the CON-E-CO LoPro 327 so check it out. Hi, I’m Kolby Ratigan and I live in Alta Loma, California and I love CON-E-CO concrete plants. This is a new plant from CON-E-CO. It’s called the LoPro 327 and they call it the 327 because it can hold 327 barrels of cement. This is where the aggregate is fed into the plant and this one has four bins on there and it’s pulled up onto the conveyer belt and right there is where the cement is stored, which is a powder which they use to make the concrete. Then there are four different sizes of the aggregate that they use and they’re in each different bin. This is a dry plant because they do not have the barrel on the end where they would mix the water into it. Aggregate goes through that conveyer belt, it’s dumped through the funnel right there into the cement mixer where they add the water to it to make the concrete mixture itself. And right over there is the hose where they would add the powder into the starch container. When you get the plant at your site you have these hydraulic arms come down and you can self erect the site without any cranes needed. Creteheads, this guy has concrete plant salesman written all over him. Mom, dad when he’s 18 send him back east we’ve got job for him. Creteheads, hope you enjoyed that little demo by Kolby. Kolby thank you very much for giving us a tour of that 327 and Creteheads if you have any questions check out CON-E-CO’s website at con-e-co.com, of course we love you at Mid Atlantic Concrete Equipment (maconcrete.com) and hey, we’ll see you next time at ConcreteAnswers.TV.