Patent

Mixing arm of Pucest®

Under the motto: Seven at a single stroke, Pucest Protect GmbH located in Elsenfeld (Germany) presented its new patent mixing arm. The product provides everything what a plant operating company may expect.

Every concrete worker is familiar with the pictures of a worn out mixing arm bearing and spring units with hardened concrete residues. As is well-known, all these may result in numerous problems.

Pan mixers – of any manufacture – always show the same weaknesses after a longer period of service life: starting with worn out arm bearings and leading to a rotor caked with concrete. Finally, it is a challenge for every locksmith to repair such a rotor. For sure, the cost manager will also be “happy” about the high invoice amount and the production stop involved simultaneously. Above all, there is...

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