Some of the most popular concrete mixer brands are Isuzu, Sino, and Merlo. These three brands have been able to prove themselves in the market primarily due to product quality and customer satisfaction. The Isuzu 9M3 is a popular concrete mixing machine because of its unique combination of mobility and size. The Disenwang DZJC is a machine also designed for mobile concrete pouring, and it's more compact design makes it popular for smaller scale projects. Lastly, the Merlo DBM 2500 EV offers the perfect blend of maneuverability and size for medium to large-scale construction projects, leaving it as one of the most popular European models on the market.
In the world of concrete mixers, bigger size typically will yield optimal concrete output for large construction endeavors, while strength is measured mostly by how much concrete can be towed to the site in the mixer's rotating silo. One of the bigger models of concrete mixers is the Isuzu CXZ, a mammoth machine that is capable of holding and dumping countless gallons of concrete into a site. Quite a bit of power is also associated with this machine, because of its need to tow huge amounts of concrete to different job sites. Another time-tested, quality concrete mixer is the Merlo DBM 3000. This machine is much smaller than the Isuzu CXZ, but its relative speed for its size, as well as reliability is why it can be a great addition to your construction warehouse. Ideally suited for small-scale paving, the DBM 3000 is a machine that can be used for quick paving, and small-scale foundation laying. For smaller, quicker projects, something that is speed-oriented may be one of the best options available because of the timeliness aspect to the project, combined with only a minute need for concrete. However, for mass-scale construction projects such as office buildings or skyscrapers, multiple machines like the Isuzu CXZ may be required to lay foundation, build walls, or pave sidewalks adjacent to the building under construction. Identifying what kind of work you will need to have done is perhaps the most instrumental aspect in deciding which type of concrete mixer to buy, because the scale of your machine should be almost entirely dependent on it.
Concrete mixers are more wide ranging than other pieces of heavy equipment in terms of size, make, type, model, and applications. For example, the Impastatrice TX100 is a small, wheeled device that can be carted to locations for small paving jobs, while the aforementioned Isuzu CXZ can be driven to work sites and used to store and distribute hundreds of gallons of concrete. Vehicular concrete mixers are almost always best used for larger construction projects, and projects that are farther out in distance. In certain instances, these machines can be also used for small-scale construction, but the predominant work environment that these machines thrive in is downtown, urban-style projects. Drum concrete mixers are fitted with a tilted, rotating drum that stores concrete. The drum rotates in order to prevent the concrete from sticking, and to ensure that it stays in liquid form until it's time to lay down the mixture. Most concrete mixers today operate on electric power, because mixing the mixture by hand can be inefficient for big projects, and drum concrete mixers are no exception. By running on electricity, these machines are also fitted with the capability to deposit concrete efficiently on a construction site, something that can be incredibly labor-intensive if done by hand. Due to technological advancement over the course of the last century, concrete mixers have never been more efficient than they are now at work completion.
During the fall of next year, the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association will hold its annual ConcreteWorks expo . The 2017 ConcreteWorks was held from October 1-3 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas, and this yearly event seeks to showcase some of the latest technology in concrete mixers, as well as serve as a way for those who are in the business to gather together and network. If you are looking to get into the business of concrete pouring or are searching for a concrete mixer to purchase, attending this event could be a great option. Being one of the construction industryâs biggest events of the year, multiple large brands will be represented at this convention. As a once-a-year event, brand exposure is crucial for these companies, and some of their best concrete mixers will be featured.
Mascus USA's website is a great resource for concrete mixers, and plenty of Impastatrice, Isuzu, Disenwang, and Merlo-branded models are listed for sale by private sellers and dealers alike there. Creating an ad listing for a concrete mixer or making a purchase of one is as easy as registering on the Mascus USA website. By doing this simple process, you will nearly instantly have access to listing ads, purchasing concrete mixers, and connecting globally with some of the best representatives in the industry.