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Stone Construction Equipment, Inc. Champion Mortar Mixer

Stone Construction Equipment, Inc. Champion Mortar Mixer
Stone Construction Equipment, Inc. offers 11 different Champion Mortar Mixers, available in four-, six-, seven-, eight-, nine-, 10-, 12- and 16-cubic-foot mixing capacities. Champions are available with a choice of engine options that include Briggs & Stratton, Honda, Robin, Electric and Diesel. Also available in the 12-cubic-foot size is a hydraulic dump model, HM1290. Poly drums, in addition to steel drums, are available on the six- and eight-cubic-foot models.

Stone Construction Equipment's mortar mixers carry an unconditional lifetime warranty on patented, removable drum bearings and seals, as well as, a two-year drum warranty. Also standard is an exclusive Stone extendible axle, which adjusts so that the mixer will fit through narrow doorways.

The mixer’s unique cowl design provides increased engine air flow, to maximize engine performance and life. A patented "Power Blend" feature found on the larger mixers, with six paddles rotating in a triple eight, constantly divides and recombines the mixture for a smooth uniform mix.

Other standard patented features include guard lifters that automatically move the guard away as mix is discharged, starburst bag splitter, safety chain attachment, drum latch that can be released by knee, and front post hand clutch located where operator stands. Spiral blade option on the six-, seven-, eight- and nine-cubic-foot mixers offers fast, smooth blending for specialty applications including color additives.

For more information, visit www.stone-equip.com.

Originally published in Masonry magazine.


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