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Cement Mixers
Cement Mixers

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Cement Mixers



Our cement mixer range includes 230v, 110v, petrol & diesel tip-up mixers. These machines are ideal for trade & DIY customers mixing concrete, mortar, or screed for small to medium construction projects. We also have forced action resin mixers, paddle mixers, wheelbarrows & cement hire packages available.

Cement Mixers

Mix concrete, mortar & screed for construction 

Cement mixers allow you to create concrete, mortar, and screed for small to medium construction projects and masonry, such as building walls, patios, floors, slabs, paviours, kerbs, pipes, drains, and more. Our range of small mixers are ideal for trade and DIY customers, allowing you to mix your materials quickly and much easier than doing it by hand. They also allow you to produce larger quantities of concrete, with the perfect consistency for the application. All of our cement mixers come with a rotating and tilting stand so that you can tip them over and pour concrete out easily. Our selection includes -

  • 240v Mixers. These are compact and lightweight mixers that are easy to use and need little to no maintenance. These electric cement mixers are safe to use indoors and in unventilated spaces, and they run off 220-240v domestic power supplies. They have a 130-litre drum capacity and are ideal for smaller jobs and domestic applications.
  • 110v Mixers. These mixers have the same specifications and benefits as the 240v models. However, they run off 110-120v power supplies. These mixers are ideal for small to medium projects on site but require a 3kVA transformer to work with a standard domestic power socket.
  • Petrol Mixers. These mixers are portable and robust, with extra thick 130-litre drums and quick-mix paddles. They do not need proximity to a power source, so they are ideal for site use. However, petrol cement mixers are not suitable for indoors or enclosed spaces & they need to be topped up with fuel.
  • Diesel Mixers. These are large and robust mixers, with extra thick 250-litre drums and quick-mix paddles. They do not need proximity to a power source, so they are ideal for site use. However, petrol cement mixers are not suitable for indoors or enclosed spaces & they need to be topped up with fuel.

We have packages that combine cement mixers with other equipment, such as plate compactors and disc cutters. These packages are ideal for specific applications and allow you to hire equipment together cheaper than hiring them separately. We also have forced action resin mixers and paddle mixers for stirring epoxies, resins, screeds, polymer, plastics, plaster, sealants, paints, and adhesives.

The National Tool Hire Shops rates are highly competitive, and we offer great value delivery nationwide Take a look at our full concrete mixer range and book online or over the phone for collection from a local depot or home delivery.

For more information, take a look at our guides; What is a Concrete Mixer?; How to Use a Cement Mixer; How to Mix Different Types of Concrete.