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Mixer Drum Height Adjuster

£79.95 Ex VAT

Mixer Drum Height Adjuster

Assist mortar mixing by propping the adjuster under the cowl of the mixer to tilt the drum slightly forward. **Introductory Special Offer**

  • Total price

    £79.95

    Ex VAT

Minimum order quantity: 1

Description

Mixer Drum Height Adjuster

1. Important: Make sure that the cement mixer is positioned on firm and level ground.

2. Connect the upper part (A) to the lowerstand (B) and tighten the clamp lever (C)
fully to secure in position, as shown in the diagram. Make sure the prop-arm is pointing
to the front to locate under the mixer cowl.
3. Open the rear support leg (D) fully.
4. Locate the prop-arm (F) under the rear of the engine cowl (E) to tip the drum slightly
forward to assist mixing.
5. To return the mixer drum to the normal position, lift the mixer handles and move the
mixer height adjuster to stand clear of the cowl.

General Mixer Safety Precautions

Operation
Ensure all mixer operators are supervised until fully trained and wear adequate PPE.

Toppling Over
Risk of toppling over and injuring the operator and bystanders if it is being operated
on an unstable surface.

Power Safety
Check power cords of electric-powered cement mixers for cracking, fraying and other
damage before starting to mix cement. If you find cord damage, replace the cord
immediately. Water can conduct a lethal electric shock if it touches you and a
defective electric cord at the same time. For petrol-powered mixers, keep fuel cans
well away from the mixer while it’s operating.


Moving parts Hazard
To prevent injury, make sure all shields and guards are in place around the drum drive
mechanism and that the drive mechanism and drum are in good repair. Don’t wear
loose clothing that could get caught up in the mixer. Never put your hands, arms or
any tools inside a cement mixer’s drum while it is turning. And do not atiempt to
clean out a cement mixer while it is operating; turn off the mixer before cleaning the
machine.


Cement Exposure
Breathing in cement dust can lead to lung problems, while contact with caustic wet
mixed cement can cause skin irritation or skin burns. Wear personal protective gear to
minimise your exposure to cement dust and wet cement. Stand upwind from the
cement mixer whenever possible and rinse wet cement off your skin and clothing
promptly. Wash skin exposed to cement with mild soap and water as soon as you can
and treat it with a medicated skin cream to combat irritation.