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Products Snapshot: Weigh-Based Concrete Mixer and Tier 4i Generator

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The Maxon Techcrete truck-mounted mobile concrete mixer has a continuous component weighing system featuring load cells that allow the mixer to produce concrete by weight instead of volume. The Techcrete meters each component into the mixing auger by weight and is able to adjust to suit the preset mix design. The mixer can handle a wide range of mix designs, from flowable fill to high-strength concrete. Maxon Industries; 414-351-4000;
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We look at the lastest construction products, including a concrete mixer that delivers mix designs based on weight and a Tier 4i generator with a quieter design. Click on the image to begin the slide show.


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