The patent pending MixTurbine mixing tool combines two sweeping arms which generate a new ‘swing and throw effect’. The shape of the turbine mixing tool causes raw material to naturally accelerate across the face of the mixing arm as it rotates, powerfully sweeping the mix from one side of the pan to the other. Every full cycle of the MixTurbine around the pan causes maximum movement. This constant ‘throwing’ action has proven to produce a highly intensive mixing effect.

All mixing is done at ground level. Mix on the pan floor is swept across the pan, creating an empty space behind the MixTurbine arm, which is immediately filled as the upper layer of mix falls into the space left behind, using gravity to achieve the much sought after dual layer mixing effect. This plays a key role in minimising balling.


At our Castlewood premises we have a large selection of equipment available to view within our demo area. A key piece within the room is our Teka THT type E-1-3 mixer.

The machine is a 750 litre (0.5m³ concrete output) version, with 30kW electric motor and 3kW hydraulic drive. It features a single MixTurbine and tungsten-carbide coated discharge scraper. The mixer is currently configured in “show spec”, showcasing multiple wear plate options, a Walter RD3 mixer washout cleaning head, and a Hydronix Hydro-Mix probe.

The biggest benefit of this particular THT machine though is that it is available to purchase ex-stock, allowing clients to invest in the latest mixing technology with minimal turnaround.

If you’d like to arrange a visit to inspect the THT, or to request a full specification for the machine, please get in touch with Nick White, General Manager of the Capital Department.

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