9630 Bucket Mortar Mixer
Bucket Mortar Mixer
Tile setters and stone masons, Fire your hoe and retire your mix box. Bucket Mortar Mixer mixes faster and with much less effort than a mix box or wheelbarrow and hoe. Cost including a drill is less than a mix box and hoe. Easier clean up, Less bulk. In the past it has been difficult to mix dry pack mortar in a bucket.
- Mixes all types of mortar and concrete in a 5 gals bucket
- Mixes 4 gals of dry pack mortar (deck mud, floor mortar, sand mix) in as little as 30 seconds mixing time!
- Auger action moves material from bottom to top and handle allows a stirring motion of the auger
- Foam covered steel handle with oil impregnated bronze bearings for maintenance free operation
- 1/2" chuck drill motor required (keyed type recommended)
- Zinc plated 30" long by 1/2" shaft
- Mixing blade diameter 3"
- Do not use with Rubi rubber buckets
Ratings & Reviews
Great mortar mixer
by Neal -
I use this to mix all my pre-mixed mortar, you can mix half an 80# bag in about 30 seconds!
by Nick -
I have used it for concrete mix and pan mud. IT WORKS GREAT!!! I use mainly 50lb bags of premixed mud and it does a great job mixing. Very easy and a smooth mix. Very little clumping.I think a 6 gallon bucket would make this almost mess free.
by Tony -
I am glad I purchased this mixer, This works Great, Just as stated.
by vincent -
what a beast. dont wait another day.
My second mixer
by Gene -
I just purchased my second mixer. After over 300 buckets of mortar, the first mixer was showing some wear. The diameter was reduced by 1/2" and while it still worked, it wasn't pulling material up from the bottom as efficiently as it did when new, I have several other styles of mixers that attach to a drill and none of them work half as well as this mixer. You will need a keyed chuck because a keyless chuck will loosen and chew up the end of the shaft, It really needs three flats or a hex shaft to prevent the chuck from coming lose and slipping. It you are tall, find something to sit the bucket on so that you don't have to bend over as much. Also, find a 6 gallon bucket so that you can mix more material without it flying over the edge of the bucket. Horse watering buckets like the ones that they sell at Tractor Supply work will for larger batches. Pouring the dry mix into the liquid while mixing will save time when making low slump batches of concrete.
by John Dibble -
Bucket morter mixer, WOW, what a tool! I used it to mix all the countertop morter, dry pack and wall mud, a time saver.. I premeasured all 5 gallon buckets (10) and went to work by my self. I did'nt need additional help. This really saved me time. What a machine!!