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Innovative Digital Mortar Mixer Designs

Our innovative digital mortar mixers use are designed to most efficiently and effectively smooth your mortar to the perfect consistency. The units work through the use of paddles that rotate on a shaft centered in the barrel. Many of these models come with rubber strips that scrape excess off the barrel’s sides. Chunks of gravel can easily get lodged between the paddles and the barrel, while coarse aggregates can prematurely wear out the paddles and rubber strips. So these products are best used to break down smoother mortar mixtures. We have three great digital mixers to choose from.

1. This robust table mounted mixer is extremely user-friendly. It is equipped with the following safety and mixing features:
· planetary mixing action
· easily fitted and removed bowl + stainless steel beater conforming to EN Standards
· Sleek display and keyboard control allowing for customizable speeds to be set before and during mixing
· Automatic halt of all processes if the front grill is opened during mixing
· Can be outfitted with a sand open-type hopper on request.

2. This is another great table mounted mixer, equipped with even more features:
· planetary mixing action
· easily fitted and removed stainless steel bowl + EN beater
· open-type sand hopper
· Sleek display and keyboard control allowing for customizable speeds to be set before and during mixing
· Built in Standard mixing settings
· Manual introduction of sand to top filling hopper during mixing
· automatic halt of all processes if the front grill is opened during mixing
· Can be outfitted with a second open-type hopper, on request, for the addition of other products like additives or admixtures

3. This last unit has been attuned to very high quality and reliability standards. It strictly adheres to Standards while meeting a wide range of testing and research demands. The mixer can be programmed with special mixing cycles.

All our mixers are in compliance with the following standards: EN 196-3 | EN 459-2 | EN 413-2 | EN 196-1 | EN ISO 679 | EN 480-1