Big Differences between Common Concrete Mixer and Forced Concrete Mixer

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05 May, 2015 07:32 AM

<p>The ordinary concrete mixer is the one that we often see in our daily life <a href="">concrete batching plant</a>, which is mainly used in mixing cement and the development and construction of small projects such as building houses. Compared with the forced concrete mixer ready mix concrete plant, they have some differences. Their major differences are as following:</p>Henan Daswell Machinery Co., Ltd,is a professional manufacturer and trader specializing in the research, development and production of construction machinery for nearly 30 years. Our main products are as follows:<a href="">JZR series diesel portable cement mixers</a>,<a href="">diesel concrete mixer</a>,diesel concrete mixer,etc. We will provide you with the best product and service. <p> <p>1. The mixing drum of forced concrete mixer is stationary. This type of concrete mixer mixes materials by revolving the blades which are fixed on the revolving axis in the mixing drum. There is also other kind of mixing that is gained by the relative revolving of mixing drum and blades. The mixing effect is not only strong , but also the mixing effect is very good with high efficiency.</p> <p>2. Forced concrete mixer is mainly applied to mix dry concrete and lightweight aggregate concrete. So it has strict requirements for the materials.</p> <p>3. Construction sites are often the projects such as <a href="">concrete mixing plant</a>s and mixing buildings.</p> <p>The general concrete mixer needs to have a rest during operation concrete batching plant, while the forced concrete mixer does not need to break. So the production efficiency is improved and the human labor is reduced. As a result, forced concrete mixer is a widely used machine in large projects.</p>

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