Imer Mix 360 Vertical Shaft Mortar Mixer
IMER Mix 360 Vertical Shaft Mortar Mixers
Vertical shaft mixers use the principles of concrete batch plant design, which allows for the paddles to rotate through the mix rather than lift and drop it as conventional mortar mixers do.
Vertical shaft mixers are more than just mortar mixers
The science behind vertical shaft mixers is quite simple. The paddles are in the mix 100% of the time. The material is blended with a stirring action which is shown to be a more aggressive and thorough mixing action. The material is scraped from the side of the drum by the big sweeping arm and lifted from the pan by the lower paddle to ensure uniform and consistent mix. A trident paddle finely blends the material. Imer mixers do not trap aggregate down at the bottom of the mixer which jam up the paddles in conventional mortar mixers. Vertical shaft mixers are great to handle dry pack, grouts, thin sets, stuccos, self-leveling materials and oh yeah, mortar
Why is the drum size different than the batch output?
by Dave Cianci 5/18/2019 4:34:43 pm
The batch output refers to 9 cu.ft every 3-4 minutes. However, the actually capacity of the drum is 12 cu.ft.
What type of transmission is on this Mortarman and type of lubrication?
by salvador castro 9/18/2019 3:03:09 pm
The MortarMan 360 has a gearbox that takes #90 gear oil lubricant.