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Twin Shaft Concrete Mixer

Twin Shaft Concrete Mixer (JS Series)


JS series twin shaft concrete mixer is double horizontal spindle forced mixer. It can work alone, or be combined with PLD series batching plant to work as simplified concrete mixing plant, or supply the main machine for the mixing plant. It can be applied in large, medium-sized, and small component factories and roads, bridges, water conservancy, ports, industrial or civil constructions, etc. The twin shaft concrete mixer can be used to mix the dry concrete, plastic concrete, fluidity concrete, lightweight aggregate concrete and various mortars. It is a high efficient machine with extensive applications.


1. Special drum prolongs the service life of the steel wire rope.
2. Double horizontal spindle forced mixer adopts precise mechanical parts.
3. High-quality wear-resistant alloy casting parts and advanced production technology ensure the clearance of the mixing blades and the liner plate well-distributed.
4. The test run with dry aggregate supplies sufficient reasons for customers to choose Topall.
5. Concrete intensity test proves the excellent performance of the twin shaft concrete mixer.
6. The foundation is required to be cast with enforced concretes.
7. Topmac mixers for sale in the EC are CE marked.
8. Topmac is an ISO 9001 accredited mortar mixer manufacturer inChina.
9. Efficient after sales spares service through Topmac’s worldwide distributor network is available.


JS500, JS750, JS1000, JS1500


Typical one of the JS500 Twin Shaft Concrete Mixer

Total Power
34.4 hp, 380V, 3- Phase 50 HZ
Main Motor
25.2 hp
Hoist Motor
7.5 hp
Water Pumping Motor
1 hp
Discharging Motor
0.75 hp (optional)
Capacity (unmixed)
800 liter / 28.3 cubic
Capacity (mixed)
500 liter / 17.7 cubic
Capacity per hour
25 cum / 883 cubic
Mixing time per batch
70 sec.
4000 kg

Shipping, Delivery & Maintenance

20’ container can be loaded with
2 complete units
Delivery time
3 weeks after confirmation of the order
The mixer should be cleaned after work every day, kept lubricated at all points where grease caps have been provided every week.