Concrete Mixe

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Its One Of The First-Rate Products That Have A Wider Acceptance In The Market. It Plays Vital Role In Construction Buildings & Industries. These Cement / Concrete Mixers Are Also Available In Single Bin, 2-Bin & Three Bin Models. More Over The Rotating Speed Of This Mixer Is 19 Rpm In 180 Seconds.

Pan Type Mixer

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Being An Expert In Manufacturing And Exporting Pan Type Mixer, We Ensure The Best Quality, Which Is In Compliance With International Quality Standards As Our Domestic Manufacturing Unit Is Equipped With Advanced Machinery To Check The Quality.

Cemen Tech Experience

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Cemen Tech Mixers Have Been Successfully Used In Concrete Production Solutions For A Wide Variety Of Applications All Over The World. Check Out Cemen Tech Videos To Learn More About Our Volumetric Technology, Training And How Our Concrete Solutions Can Help Your Business Today.

Drum Type Concrete Mixer Classification

This Is Also Called As Free Fall Mixer Or Gratify Mixer

A Non-Tilting Drum Mixer Is One In Which The Axis Of The Mixer Is Always Horizontal, And Discharge Takes Place By Inserting A Chute Into The Drum Or By Reversing The Direction Of Rotation Of Drum. Because Of Slow Rate Of Discharge, Some Segregation May Occur. There Are Two Openings, One At Each End Of The Drum: One For Feeding The Ingredients, The Other For Discharging The Mixture.

The Reversible Drum Mixer Is Similar To The Non-Tilting Mixer Except That The Same Opening Is Used To Add The Constituents And To Discharge The Aggregate. The Drum On A Reversible Mixer Has One Horizontal Axis Around Which It Rotates. In Mixing Position, The Drum Rotates In One Direction; While For Discharging, The Rotation Is Reversed. Commonly Self-Loading, Reversible Mixers.

Tilting Mixers Are Usually Trailer-Mounted Or Otherwise Portable, Small To Mid-Size Mixers, Used Either As Main Concrete Mixing Equipment On Small Sites Or As Ancillary Equipment On Sites Served By Concrete Plant. One Around Which The Drum Rotates And Another That Serves To Change From Loading And Mixing Position (Drum Opening Up) To Discharging Position (Drum Opening Down).

Mobile Cement Mixers Are Used For The Transportation Of Concrete From One Region To Another. They Are Called Transport Trucks Or In-Transit Mixers. Mobile Cement Mixers, Like Trucks, Are Frequently Employed For Pouring Purposes In Multiple Areas.The Cement Mixer Permits Control Of The Concrete Quantity That Is Required, And Provides Flexibility For Adding Aggregate To The Batch.