Megaton

E-MAK is one of the newest and most dynamic members of Simge Group, which was founded in 1977. With its technology and products, E-MAK has become the first and only asphalt plant manufacturer in Turkey. E-MAK, which is completely domestic and national, exports more than one product to many countries abroad.

Megaton - Aggregate Preparation Systems is a new project that E-MAK has started to develop for quarries. It is a recyclable, environmentally friendly, energy-saving, a wide range of aggregate preparation storage and dosing system that can operate for 24 hours and can feed asphalt plant, concrete plant, PMT plant.

Megaton - Aggregate Preparation Systems - not only meets the storage needs of 3 thousand tons but also offers a daily aggregate production capacity of 10 thousand tons.
One of the global brands in the production of asphalt and mining machinery, E-MAK introduced MEGATON, an environmentally friendly and high-quality standard aggregate factory with a weight of 1,000 tons, to the members of the European Parliament (EP) at an event held in Brussels.

In the Sustainable Development Awards Ceremony 2019, which 200 UEPG members attended from 20 counties, E-MAK was the only company from Turkey. As a result of the evaluation of Megaton - Aggregate Preparation Systems - as a product serving the European Union's sustainable development approach by UEPG, E-MAK was deemed worthy to make a presentation in this prestigious organization.

The Advantages of MEGATON

As it uses a closed system, MEGATON – Aggregate Plants - preserve the dust, soil, and noise in itself. Besides, it leads to environmental and economic advantages thanks to the savings obtained from the evaporation of moisture in the aggregate. Megaton is one of the best products in its field that can produce aggregate and asphalt without leaking out dust.

  • It is a system that can produce and feed constantly.
  • There is an aggregate recycling system in it.
  • Instantly adjustable areas and modular structures for aggregates of different sizes.
  • Thanks to the filtering mechanism, dust emission, which is the biggest problem in similar systems, has been minimized.
  • Optimum aggregate flow rate with the developed sieve system.
  • Sieving capacity has been increased by 25% compared to existing systems.