|Size||600mm to 3000mm|
|Capacity||300kg to 1000kg|
The rapid urbanization, rising populations, strong economic growth, and growth in construction activity are expected to fuel the demand of the concrete mixers. This coupled with the development of smart cities across the globe is providing impetus to the growth of the market. Additionally, rising government spending on public infrastructure development is also bolstering the sales of cement mixers across the country. Concrete mixers are used in various applications and they can be divided into two broad categories Batch Mixer and Continuous Mixer. There are different types of machines under these two subdivisions each of them are explained below.
Different types of concrete mixers
This type of mixer produces concrete one batch at a time. Batch mixers either have a drum or a pan, consisting of blades, which when rotated prepares the concrete mix. The speed of rotation, angle of the blades and in some cases the angle of inclination of the drum can be controlled. These are the most commonly used concrete mixers and are highly preferable to be used in small and medium-sized construction sites. Modern models come with fine-tune the mixing process system. Each batch can be precisely adjusted, batch mixing is often preferred for products that must undergo strict quality testing.
This type of mixers consist of a double conical frustum shaped drum. Depending on its type, the drum either has a single set of blades or multiple sets of blades which are used to mix, prepare and discharge the concrete mixture. Drum mixers are available in a variety of configurations to suit many different needs and applications. The drum mixer uses a paddle with numerous blades curving in different directions; this is called a swing-blade paddle. The swing-blade design allows the drum mixer to maximize liquid movement within the rotating drum, which cuts down on time spent mixing.
Pan mixer type
This type of mixer has a cylindrical pan instead of a drum in which concrete is prepared. Just like drum mixers, these mixers also have blades which facilitate the process of mixing. These blades are generally shaped like a star to ensure optimum efficiency. In this pan, concrete mixing is done by a series of balded arrangements in the shape of a star inside the pan. These mixers also have blades which facilitate the process of mixing. These blades are generally shaped like a star to ensure optimum efficiency. Pan mixers are also erect rotating shaft concrete mixers, which is perfect for getting an extremely complex mix completely combined together, as well as keeping a solid, continuous momentum going through the combining procedure.concrete mixers that are pan can be very big really – even capable of holding up to 1000 gallons for large-scale, industrial use. The They also have scrapers attached to avoid sticking of mortar to the surface of the pan. The pan type concrete mixers are further divided into two types.
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