When operated, concrete mixers are subjected to significant loads. Wear, abrasion and sticking (freezing) of concrete is the most common problem faced by owners of such equipment. Lining helps to cope with it: concrete and its components are strong abrasives, but polymers (rubber) reduce their negative impact to almost zero.

When armor is installed, the concrete composition does not contact the walls of the mixer and, accordingly, does not “injure” them. In addition, the armor of the mixer protects the working surfaces from sticking (freezing) of materials and shock loads.

Where exactly is the armor installed? It is attached to the inner part of the concrete mixer. The armor is attached to the body with bolted connections.


  • allows you to reduce the weight of the lining
  • long service life
  • reduction in energy consumption – up to 30%
  • ensures better homogeneity of the mixture
  • does not corrode
  • absence or reduction of sticking (freezing) properties
  • no pollution due to wear of iron
  • allows you to reduce downtime associated with cleaning (often dry cleaning is enough)
  • resistance to environmental influences

The shape, size and number of armor elements may vary depending on the geometrical parameters of your concrete mixer.

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