CONCRETE MIXER HAS RUBBER-TIRED WHEELS (Oct, 1923)
CONCRETE MIXER HAS RUBBER-TIRED WHEELS
A new concrete mixer, now being offered for contractors’ use, is mounted on a rubber-tired two-wheel truck so that it can be easily and quickly moved from one job to another. Whereas the usual portable type of mixer cannot be hauled faster than about 10 miles an hour, this one will trail behind a light auto truck at a speed of 30 miles an hour. A leg, set on the ground when the mixer is in use, supports it in a level position. It travels noiselessly and without jarring, and is no hindrance to traffic.