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
HUGE time saver
by Mortar man
Love this tool. We just cut the bottom off another 5 gallon bucket to keep the excess mud from flying out while mixing. Now we can mix larger bucket-fulls. We have had it for about 3 years- super solid, well built. Purchasing another because it went missing! Can't live without it now. It is our go-to for shower pans. My mortar box is rusty.
by J Tileguy
If you have to mix deck mud or concrete this will save you!! Not only does it mix a full bag of concrete in about 45 seconds but it saves your back and your knees. If mixing a full bag you'll want to use a bigger bucket. I use 7 gallon bucket that commercial pool companies get their chemicals in. Works great! Otherwise take a 5 gal and cut the top half off, stick that on top of a full size 5 gal and it will work.
Every tile mechanic should have this!
by M Tile Co.
I've owned a tile company for 26 years now. That is a lot of shower pans that needed sand & cement mixed.
Of course for mud floors I have a gas powered barrel type mixer, but for the shower floors they were all mixed by hand, in a wheelbarrow...etc.
While this isn't exactly cheap, it's not really expensive either.
I am a skeptic with all products that seem too good to be true, especially when I see a guy mixing concrete in a few seconds.
Well it's true! This little guy is the real deal and is worth every single penny!
The first mix (in a 5 gallon bucket) I followed the video and resisted the urge to put water in first, as I do with Thinset and Grout.
It didn't mix in two seconds but a minute or two later it was ready. Still much faster and easier than mixing by hand.
Now the second time, I put the water in first with the drill and then filled the bucket with dry cement. This time it honestly mixed a perfect mix in seconds!
My helper and I were just looking in disbelief at how fast and easy it was.
I have two half inch spade handle drills. A Milwaukee and a Makita. Both spin at 600 RPM. Neither drill even broke a sweat while mixing. So don't worry about over-working the drill.
This mortar mixer is a god send! While more & more alternative methods for shower floors are coming out. If you still feel a mud floor is the strongest method, then don't hesitate. Buy this mixer today!
What took two hours to install a perfect shower floor by myself, now takes an hour.
Best money I've spent on a tool in a long while.
BUCKET MORTAR MIXER
Bought this mixer after seeing vidio. Plan on using it later this year to mix morter for laying up a block building. Well made and should do the job
You won't be disappointed! It used to take my helper 10+ min to mix a bag for a shower pan. With this, it takes 2 min. Cut my installation time in 1/2.
Bucket mortar mixer
Great tool for dry pack and concrete. Last 2 have been bent a little. Main shaft wobble is annoying but still a must have tool.