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  • Goutam Das

How to choose the right concrete mixer for your construction job in India?

Concrete mixers make mixing large amounts of concrete and cement easy. To be effective, concrete needs to be mixed well and quickly, which is hard to do by hand. Mixers are ideal for all kinds of projects, from small, do-it-yourself home improvement projects to large, commercial construction projects.

No matter what kind of project you are taking on, the basic operating steps will be the same, so our tips on how to get the most out of your mixer will be beneficial.

Industrial mixers are typically used in the ready-mixed concrete section, as they are capable of high levels of concrete production, are efficient and cost effective.

Industrial mixers include stationary cement mixers. These are the most common and used on a range of sites. Due to its stationary nature, they are ideal for longer usage, and to be kept on site, as opposed to concrete trucks. However, in case of big construction sites where large amount of concrete is required at several places - it is better to have a movable self-loading concrete mixer on rent.

Concrete trucks are a hybrid of truck and mixer, used to mix concrete along the way to various sites. The truck is fitted with a drum and spiral blade and the entire system rotates to mix the concrete. By a constant turning of the mixing drum, the concrete remains in a liquid state and ready to pour, whenever needed.

A concrete pump is a machine that allows you to move liquid concrete and used when trucks can’t get too close to the site. It attaches to the truck and allows for precision and accuracy for hard-to-get to locations.

There are two main types you can find; one is a mounted pump, which is most often found on trucks and the other, a boom concrete pump.

No matter the job requirement or site, you’ll find a concrete mixer for rent that will get the job done. Browse Ajax Fiori range of concrete mixers for a range of concrete mixers as well as well as concrete pumps for sale, for all your concrete needs.

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