A mixer Truck is also known as by the name cement mixer or concrete mixer truck, it is a device that equally modulates cement, aggregate such as sand or gravel, and water to form concrete. A typical concrete mixer uses a rotating drum to mix the components. For smaller volume works moveable concrete mixers are often used so that the concrete can be made at the construction site, giving the workers ample time to use the concrete before it solidifies. An alternative to a machine is mixing concrete by hand.
There are different types of mixer trucks, transit mixers, and the volumetric trucks, which are loaded with raw materials and mix the concrete to spec on site. The agitator or agitator trucks, whose bodies have an open top and an agitator paddle inside the box. At first, concrete was either mixed at the pour or delivered by horse-drawn cart. Dry materials were delivered by cart, then by narrow gauge flat cars carrying batch boxes filled with balanced amounts of total and cement.
Industrial Mixer: There are most common mixers used today divided into 3 categories:
Trucks & Trailers
Japan: The Kayaba Rocket concrete mixer delivers concrete also used in Japan. There are some mixer truck models available in such as Condor Mixer Truck, Profia mixer truck, titan mixer truck, Hino Mixer truck, super great mixer truck, Giga mixer truck, ELF mixer truck and big thumb mixer truck etc.
Concrete Mixing Transport Trucks: The concrete mixing transport truck maintains the material's liquid state through provocation, or turning of the drum, until delivery. The interior based on the spiral blade system.
Concrete Mixer Trailers: These cart-away style trailers have a concrete mixing drum with a capacity of between 1 and 1.75 cubic yards (0.76 and 1.34 m3). The mixing trailer system is famous with rental yards and building material locations.
Metered Concrete Trucks: Metered concrete trucks or large mobile mixers are trucks that include concrete element materials and water to be mixed on the truck at the job site to make and deliver concrete according to the amount needed.
Self-loading Concrete Mixers: These mixers consist of a rotating drum mounted on an operator-driven cab-mounted chassis frame fitted with a loading bucket. A predefined volume of water is discharged to the drum via a water separation unit. The mixture is revolving at mixing speeds within the drum until concrete discharge via a fitted talus.
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