Does the area above the discharge door get mixed properly?

In a word, YES. The very intense mixing action sweeps the material through this area before it has time to stop, allowing it to mix with the rest of the batch. There is a step of less than 2″ high between the mixer floor and the discharge door, however, and a concern has been raised that a small fillet of unmixed material can lie along the trailing edge. This is highly unlikely in practice because the mixing action pushes material across this area from both sides. To eliminate any possibility for concern, however, the edge of the floor and liner can be chamfered. Complete mixing and thorough cleanout means no unmixed or stale concrete.

Everything is subject to modification without prior notice. For specific requests, we will refer to our technical department. Values indicated are not applicable in all applications and conditions and are subject to variations depending on the use and quantity of the product.