Mechanical concrete mixers are powered by electric or diesel motors. Without a doubt, it is diesel concrete mixers that are the most practical for organizing the collective work of a construction site and the most profitable from an economic perspective.
Concrete mixers are, at the same time, means of work and tools that are fundamental and even essential in the production of concrete. A thick and heavy material whose continuous elaboration by mechanical manipulation facilitates the unloading of labor of the workforce in construction tasks.
Diesel concrete mixers are used in the construction of houses and buildings, to complete their foundations and to raise their heights and complete ceilings, but also in the creation of cement surfaces and screeds, as well as in walls, protections, solid fences, and structures. of different types and for very diverse uses. Diesel concrete mixers have a perfect fit in construction sites and jobs where there is no electrical current. In addition, they provide more power than electric, and, therefore, are more efficient and faster in the preparation of mixtures. The powers of diesel mixers are variable and there is a great offer from manufacturers.
It is equipment that is more robust, with higher capacity drums and ideal for covering larger works, and, above all, for more professional jobs.
The capacity of the drums usually oscillates in the models of diesel concrete mixers between 135 liters and 320 liters (or up to 750 liters in the case of industrial concrete mixers), which means a greater volume of mix available to the operators, less time dedicated to its elaboration, and, consequently, labor is freed that is available for other tasks.
Transportable diesel mixers offer more advantages than self-transported concrete mixers on trucks.
Firstly, because the self-transported concrete mixers do not process the mixtures, they only transport them and only dispense the mixed materials elsewhere on the ground.
Diesel mixers ensure that all mixes are produced alongside the construction site and, incidentally, less fuel is spent on transportation, the quality of the mixes can be controlled on-site and any unnecessary overproduction of concrete is avoided.