240v Cement Mixer Hire
Professional electric concrete mixers
We have 240v cement mixer hire available nationwide. Electric cement mixers are an industry standard for construction work. They are easy to use and offer consistent and reliable performance. Concrete mixers allow you to produce high volumes of cement quickly and easily. They improve productivity dramatically, as mixing cement by hand is labour intensive and time consuming. Hand mixing is also only suitable for small quantities. These 240v cement mixers feature an extra thick drum with a 130 litre drum capacity, 90 litre mix capacity, and efficient and durable mixing paddles. There is a heavy-duty, sealed gearbox, which ensures a longer lifespan in demanding environments. They also have full thermal overload protection and an NVR (no-volt-return) safety power switch. Our 240v electric concrete mixers come with a tipping stand as standard. The stand is highly portable and lightweight, allowing you to operate the mixer at an elevated height. This means you can easily tip the concrete into a wheelbarrow or foundation. These electric cement mixers provide a fast, efficient way of mixing cement for a range of different jobs at home or onsite. You can book a cement mixer hire online or over the phone and then collect from your local store at the start of the hire, or we can deliver items to you.
Electric Cement Mixer Specifications
Based on: Belle Minimix 150
Drum Capacity (litres): 130
Mix Capacity (litres): 90
Power (hp / Kw): 0.75 / 0.55
Drum Speed (rpm): 24
Noise Level (dB): 107
Dimensions: Width x Height x Length (mm): 597 x 890 x 1211
Weight without stand (kg): 55
Please note: This product description and detail is based on the model we have the most stock of. Alternative brands of equivalent specification may be supplied based on location and availability.
Mixer, transformer and extension lead
Called, booked, collected and returned all on the same day. The price was good. The mixer was in a good condition. Everything worked as it should etc
Reviewed by Alex
i ordered this and got this delivered the next day. Delivery driver was a really nice chap and made sure i knew how to use the machine. Very straight forward piece of machinery. Couldn't be more more pleased about the great price as well!
Reviewed by John
The mixer was easy to book and I was very happy with the standard of it and the service.
Reviewed by Peter Weller
cheap and good quality
cheap and good quality mixer hire
Reviewed by Clarence
Do I need a transformer for a 240v cement mixer?
240v cement mixers are compatible with domestic plug sockets, and you do not need a transformer to power one. We do supply RCD power breakers with all of our 240v equipment, ensuring that they are safe to use at home and onsite.
How do you use a cement mixer?
Stood on a firm, level surface, pour approximately one gallon of water into the concrete mixer. Make sure that you use the correct amount of water for the cement mix, as explained in the instructions. If you add too much water, the cement mix will become too thin and unmanageable. If you do not add enough water, the concrete will become too thick and will not combine thoroughly. Next, pour the cement mix into the drum, plug the mixer in and turn it on. Allow the machine to fully mix the contents and ensure that there is no visible powder left. Leave the cement mixer running for as long as you need it to keep the contents moist and manageable. When ready, turn it off and slowly tilt the drum to pour the fresh cement out. You can use a mixer to produce general purpose concrete, foundation concrete, paving concrete, standard mortar, strong mortar, and more.
How do you clean a cement mixer?
You can use a stiff brush or a mix of 1 inch (2½cm) gravel and water to clean the cement mixer out to prevent any residue from hardening inside it.
What is a good concrete mix?
There is a range of different concrete and mortar mixes than can be made for different jobs. General purpose concrete is made up of 1 part cement, 2 parts sand, and 3 parts coarse aggregate. General purpose concrete is suitable for most uses, but not for foundations or paving. Standard mortar is made up of 1 part cement, 5 parts soft sand, with 1 part lime or plasticiser optional. Standard mortar is used for sheltered bricklaying, rendering, and more. These are 2 basic mixes, and many more proportions can be used for different applications.
Where can I hire a 240v Cement Mixer near me?
Mammoth Hire has over 400 Click & Collect locations across the UK and delivers tools & equipment to your door. Simply Call 0800 142 2022 or Book Online.