With the portable precast plant N3P, NEULANDT supports the industrialisation of construction sites. The concreting, striking, and curing of the precast concrete elements is performed directly onsite using our innovative butterfly technology, which combines the advantages of both horizontal preparation and vertical pouring. In the production process with the N3P mobile precast plant, the reinforcement cages are prepared first. Once preparation is completed the cages are transported into the plant were they are joined with the butterfly. The butterfly, which closes its wings when lifted, is thereafter placed in the pouring compartment of the duplex-battery. The concrete is poured in after the battery system has been closed. Up to seven butterflies or 14 chambers can be filled per hour. After four hours, the butterflies with the young prefabricated parts enter the initial curing area. Once the precast elements have reached the required strength for lifting, they are separated from the butterfly and loaded on the transportation pallets for relocation to final curing yard. Once the butterfly is cleaned it will be returned to the butterfly preparation station where the process starts all over again.