Concrete Mixer - Laboratory Type

Introduction

A concrete mixer is a device that homogeneously combines cement, aggregate such as sand or gravel, and water to form concrete. The mixer uses a revolving drum to mix the components. Uniform and thoroughly mixed batches can be produced in field or Laboratory. Inevitable for Mix design formulation.

General Descriptions & Specifications

The Concrete Mixers are available in two versions for Laboratory or field use. The field models are hand operated. This portable concrete mixer has rubber tyred wheelsand a towing tongue so that it can be towed and moved around by hand. Its rotationis powered by single-phase electric motor or by hand . The lever allows the concrete to be tipped into a wheel-barrowor mixing pan. The driving shaft is mounted on sealed ball bearing The counter balanced drum swivels and tilt 360° for easy and complete discharge.

Specifications

Drum Capacity 3 cubic feet approximately
Drum material Cast Iron or mild steel
Mixer Capacity 2 cubic feet approximately
Drum Rotation 20-22
Motor Power 0.5 HP single Phase AC Supply / Hand operation

Optional Accessories

Wheel Barrow, Mixing Pan, concrete Scoop.

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