A Concrete mixer truck (also called transit mixer, concrete transport truck, construction vehicle, mixer truck, cement mixer, cement mixer truck, concrete mixer truck, mixer truck, volumetric mixer truck, agitator truck)are Used to transport concrete for uses in pavements, structures, and buildings. Haul distances must allow discharge of concrete within half hours, but limit may be waived under certain circumstances. The concrete mixing transport truck maintains the material's liquid state through agitation, or turning of the drum, until delivery. Camelway truck mixers provide a wide range of variants and options. Thanks to the reliably high quality of our products, we guarantee economic concrete transport. Our Concrete Mixer Truck is designed to transport and distribute concrete with a maximum specific gravity of 2400 kg/m³, The unit are consists of truck chassis and drum mixer.
Our Concrete Mixer Truck can mixing concrete complete, No central mixing plant needed, only a batching plant, since concrete is completely mixed in truck mixer.
To qualify for travelling on the road, check that the machine has been approved in accordance with the highway code.
In the event of failure or emergency, press the mushroom-headed stop push-button on the machine or on the remote control.
Before starting a manoeuvre give prior warning with the audible warning.
The equipment operator is responsible for ensuring that the equipment is in good order, and stable.
Do not leave the machine at a standstill with concrete in the drum and/or in the pipes.
Always work in good light conditions: if necessary use artificial lighting.
When using the machine, the operator is responsible for the whole area forming the workplace of the machine, which must be cordoned off in a fully visible manner. Should the operator move away from the machine, the latter must be arranged in order to avoid non-authorised use or accidental movements.
Cordon off the working area of the machine to ordinary traffic.
Do not remove any barriers which prevent passage through hazardous areas.
In order to hoist the equipment, use the hooking points provided on the equipment and indicated in red or by indicator signals.
Should separate modules have to be lifted (concrete mixer kit) harness the individual packages appropriately and safely, observing the general rules of safety for suspended loads. WARNING. Nobody must remain in the range of action of the load.
In order to transport the equipment when fully assembled (but not mounted on the truck chassis) use the four stabilisers fitted to the equipment, or suitable points of its chassis, as resting points. In order to transport the equipment in separate modules, suitable containers for packing must be prepared (e.g. concrete mixer kit).