Concrete Mixer Hire Range

Concrete Mixer Hire for small to medium jobs.

Altrad Belle Mini Mix 150 Tip-Up Concrete Mixer 110v.

Built for site durability, these are quality, portable mixers for all small to medium building projects.

  • Compact & portable for easy transportation
  • Mixes a full barrow load of concrete or mortar
  • Full thermal overload protection
  • Proven robust and durable design
  • Extra thick drum with quick mix paddles
  • Max Mixing Capacity is 90 Ltrs

Weekly Hire Price £19.99 + Vat (Ref 03/0040-H)

Altrad Belle Mini Mix 150 Tip-Up Concrete Mixer Petrol 61kg

  • Compact and portable for easy transportation
  • Mixes a full barrow load of concrete or mortar
  • Full thermal overload protection
  • Proven robust and durable design
  • Extra thick drum with quick mix paddles
  • Heavy-duty sealed cast gearbox for longer life
  • Variable throttle on Honda GX120
  • Max Mixing Capacity is 90 Ltrs

Weekly Hire Price £19.99 + Vat (Ref 03/0060-H)

The maximum mixing load for Belle Mini 150 is 90 litres. 1 cubic metre = 1000 litres. 1000 litres divided by 90 litres = 11 full loads per cubic metre.

Concrete Mixer Hire for bigger jobs.

Altrad Belle 100XT Mobile Site Mixer Diesel 335kg

Large capacity on-site mixers with all the features that professional builders need. The design and manufacture of these mixers provides the performance and durability for continuous use on large building projects.

  • Rigid mixing drum with reinforced rim
  • Enhanced mixing performance from a unique paddle design
  • Foot operated tipping lock gives operators safe control
  • Stronger, easy to clean chassis
  • High specification gearbox to survive the worst site conditions
  • Lockable engine compartment, the new Premier operates with the lid closed
  • Max Mixing Capacity is 110 Ltrs

Weekly Hire Price £49.95 + Vat  (Ref 03/0090-H)

We offer delivery within 5 hours of order. Delivery and Collection is extra.

Concrete Mixer Hire Tips

Mix Ratios

The correct mix ratio (cement: sand: stone) depends on the type of application; harder concrete requires more cement, rougher applications require more aggregate. The ratios given below are guidelines: best proportions may depend on the quality of sand/stone used.

First put in the water – around 7 litres (1½ gallons), using more or less depending on the type of mix required. Add some aggregate before adding cement, to avoid sticking. Work consistently to the ratio of ingredients for whatever type of concrete mix you are working to.

Getting a good mix

The approximate mixing time for concrete is 2-4 minutes from when all the material (including the water) has been added – over-mixing can reduce strength and cause segregation of the coarser aggregates.

Beware of low grade aggregates; these will only lead to trouble later on with sinking and frost spoiling the appearance of the pour.

Also do not get the concrete mix too wet as this can reduce strength and make it less able to withstand weathering.

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