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Toro MM-655H Mortar Mixer
Toro MM-655H Mortar Mixer
November 10, 2014 12:30 PM CST

New Toro mortar mixers

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Toro has nine models of mortar mixers with a batch capacity range from six to 12 cubic feet. From the large, multi-point bag splitter to the drum latch that can be operated with a knee, Toro’s mortar mixer lineup offers both gas and electric models for any job. The Toro MMX 1158 mixer offers a heavy-duty design, with a patented paddle and drum design that creates more paddle contact with the mortar. This provides the best speed and mixing consistency on the market and a faster, higher quality result.

Toro mortar mixers are built for light, medium and heavy-duty jobs with durable construction, an easy-to-clean design, and simple maintenance. These quality mixers are available in six-, eight-, 11- and 12-cubic-foot drum sizes and are built for superior mixing performance. Patented features, like quadruple bearings and seals which feature a lifetime warranty, ensure your mixer runs trouble-free for years. Toro’s mortar mixers also offer a design built for easy operation with a drum latch that can be operated with a knee, while the operator’s hands are busy dumping. A patented guard lifter automatically moves the guard out of the way as the mix is discharged. Toro’s mortar mixer lineup offers long-lasting value for any mixing job.

Visit www.toro.com/rental for more information.

Originally published in Masonry magazine.


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