Multiquip Mix-N-Go Poly Drum Concrete Mixer
Multiquip Mix-N-Go Concrete Mixer Poly Drum
Multiquip's Mix-N-Go's now come with the convenience of a thick polyethylene drum. The poly drum resists rust and dents and is easy to clean. When the job is complete, the compact Mix-N-Go fits neatly into the trunk of a car.
Questions & Answers
Does this mixer have any dust suppression features? Doesn't appear to from picture
by Nanette 3/12/2018 3:01:06 pm
This cement mixer has no built-in dust suppression system.
How many 80 lb bags will this unit mix. I see multiple volume measurements from 3.0 to 4.5 cubic feet. If the true “mixing” volume is 3.0, then it should handle 4 bags? Can anyone back this up?
by Greg 4/5/2020 8:43:38 pm
For the 3/4hp Electric MC3PEA model, it has a maximum mixing capacity of 3 cubic feet, which is a 1/2 bag of concrete. It will be able to mix half a bag at a time.
What do you mean when you say it will mix 3 cubic feet of concrete? according to the sakrete data sheet an 80lb bag only yields .6 cubic feet of material.
by Robert J Orf 6/11/2021 7:08:58 pm
The MixNgo is rated for 3.0cf volume capacity. The actual mix capacity is 2.5 cf. You can easily mix one 80 lbs (yeld 0.60) bag or several bags if desired.
Ratings & Reviews
great little mixer
by jdsgirl -
I've only used this mixer one time so far and I was happy with just about everything about it. It cleaned up like a dream
by Mendes Appartment leasing -
Great product, drum is solid plastic, not like some that get bent out of shape due to the plastic being to thin. Also don't buy a unit with 1/2 HP electric motor because the slightest amount of weight in the drum will slow the rotation dramatically, I've rented both a 1/2 hp and a 1 hp and definitely the 1 hp is the best. This is why I purchased this unit.
by Irish mason.
I have had one of these mixers for nearly 20 years. It has been great. I use it hundreds of hrs each year. Had to put new drive belt on last year. That's all it has ever needed. Easy to set up for one person. There are cheaper mixers out there, but if you are a pro mason, don't waste your time and money on them. They don't last. This will. Also easy to remove the drum if you need to pick up into the truck by yourself.