concrete mixer

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a machine with a large revolving drum in which cement is mixed with other materials to make concrete


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This plant is a dedicated facility for manufacturing Self-loading Concrete Mixers, for which Ajax Fiori is the Global Leader.
Under the terms of the MoU, A Group will co-operate with Al Ansari Group in building manufacturing facilities for concrete mixer utilities, and later extending them to produce other steel products in Bahrain.
It takes a king-size imagination to turn a king-size concrete mixer drum into something useful.
22 -- SCHWING Stetter India, a provider of concrete construction equipment in India, has launched NIMO, which enters the Indian market as an enterprising mini concrete mixer.
Thieves broke into a secure compound and before making off with the concrete mixer wagon, they damaged a front end loading machine.
A KNOWSLEY concrete mixer manufacturer is forecasting bigger turnover and further expansion on the back of a new eco-friendly model.
The vehicles stolen are all Mercedes models and consist of a heavy articulated tractor, a concrete mixer truck and two yellow tipper trucks.
A JUDGE yesterday refused to strike out the case of a property developer charged with criminal damage after a concrete mixer truck was driven against the gates of Leinster House.
The CARMIX concrete mixer is a "must-have" for Norm Maurice, president of Sudbury's CARMIX Canada, Paramount Construction and Atlas Concrete Driveways.
The Actros 4140B is a concrete mixer truck used on construction sites.
Summary: DUBAI u Three workers were killed and another seriously injured when concrete mixer fell on them at a construction site in the Al Mizhar area.
7% duties for imports of crane lorries, mobile drilling derricks, concrete mixer lorries, and concrete-pumping vehicles.
Among the cases explored in the last series were: a man who fell into a concrete mixer, severing his limbs--but who was stitched back together by skilled surgeons who used his toes as fingers; a schoolboy who fell over in the playground, had a pencil in his pocket spear his chest, and walked around for several weeks unaware the pencil was lodged in his lung; and a man who was nearly killed by a severe allergic reaction to a hamster bite.
For example, an electric concrete mixer (see photo, right) might cost $50 a day to rent, while a skid-steer loader (see Page 127) will cost closer to $200 a day.