Why does the MAO have heavier end panels and look bulkier than others of the same size?

When mixing a heavy load in a twin-shaft mixer, the tremendous torque of the mixer shafts tend to twist the mixer body – it squirms slightly. 16 years of experience in these mixers has shown that this squirming can twist the shaft seals and bearings out of line, causing excessive wear over time. The extra-stiff frame and added box-sections along the body of the mixer help the MAO to hold its shape even with full loads of extreme mix designs, such as in concrete for dam applications, resulting in longer life of bearings and shaft seals. Longer life with less down-time.

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