What is the difference between a forced concrete mixer and an ordinary concrete mixer?
There are two types of concrete mixers: self-falling mixers and forced mixers. The self-falling mixing host means that the material to be mixed is brought into the air by the blades attached to the wall of the mixing tank, and then falls to the bottom of the mixing tank by gravity, and then lifted into the air, so that the mixing is circulated. Forced mixers rely on shearing mechanism to mix materials. The mixer has blades that rotate with the mixing shaft. So what is the difference between a forced concrete mixer and an ordinary concrete mixer?