We have a great cement mixer hire range, including 110v and 240v mixers, petrol mixers, and diesel mixers. We also have electric stirrers, resin mixers, and combination kits with vibrating wacker plates and disc cutters together for a discounted rate. They are ideal for preparing quality concrete.
We have cement mixer hire available nationwide. Whether you are a tradesperson working onsite or doing some DIY at home, we can supply a suitable mixer for the job. Our concrete mixer range includes industry standard Belle Minimix 150 units, in 240v, 110v and petrol models. We also have large diesel-powered site concrete mixers, power stirrers, and paddle mixers. We have cement mixer hire kits available for large jobs, with wacker plates and disc cutters included at a discounted rate. These machines are high quality, durable and reliable - ideal for domestic and professional applications. They are easy to use, transport, and clean, and produce high quality mortar. Take a look at the full range and enquire online or over the phone for a hire quote or more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it worth hiring a cement mixer?
Yes, it is worth it. While you can mix cement in anything technically, a cement mixer will save you both time and effort and will keep the cement constantly moving whist you work, keeping it from setting.
How many bags of concrete can a mixer hold?
Our mixers have up to a huge 110L mix capacity, meaning you can fit a lot of cement in the mixer per batch.
What size of cement mixer do I need?
This will depend on the scale of the project you are working on, all of our mixers have at least a 90L mix capacity and our largest piece of equipment having a 110L mix capacity.
How much is a concrete cement mixer?
You can hire our mixers at as low as £33.79 a week. You can book online today!
How long can you leave concrete in a mixer?
You can leave concrete in a mixer for a couple of hours, depending on the temperature. Regardless, you should keep an eye on the cement as if it begins to set inside the mixer it can be a pain to remove later.