Concrete mixers are an essential piece of equipment on any construction site.
They are used to mix cement, sand, and aggregate together to create concrete, which is a strong and durable building material.
There are several common designs for concrete mixers, each with its own unique features and benefits.
These mixers use a cylindrical drum to mix the materials. The drum is mounted on a horizontal axis and rotates to mix the materials. Drum mixers can be either non-reversing or reversing, depending on whether the drum can be rotated in both directions.
These mixers use two parallel horizontal shafts to mix the materials. The shafts are mounted on a horizontal axis and rotate in opposite directions, pulling the materials through the mixer as they rotate.
These mixers consist of a central shaft mounted on a horizontal axis, with one or more arms that rotate around the shaft. The arms are equipped with paddles or blades that mix the materials as they rotate.
These mixers use a circular pan to mix the materials. The pan is mounted on a horizontal axis and rotates as the mixer is operated, allowing the materials to be mixed together evenly.
Albor Industrial has all four common mixer designs for all commercial uses, please feel free to contact us to get a customised plan for you.