Haha no problem! It's good when a machine lives up to expectations and then some.when the highest spec Mixit costs a quarter of some of the other 'big' machines it is hard to believe that they will outperform them.
it appears so simple it is hard to believe they will last.
i do have regular feedback that this is, however, the case.
several contractors have swopped their 'contactor' machines for a Mixit because they are reliable and quicker at producing an homogenous slurry for trouble free pumping,
particularly where the crust is thick. The maintenance on some of the complex machines is crippling.
thank you Superted for your comments. will have to offer you a job!
a std 20ft lagoon stirrer comes with a walterscheid 2500 pto and an auger on the tube.
to clarify - the 200hp model uses the hvy tube used for the std. 25ft machine (£2200)a std 20ft lagoon stirrer comes with a walterscheid 2500 pto and an auger on the tube.
there are 2 ordinary impellers; 80-120hp and 110-150hp.
this machine is delivered for £1840 at the moment - brexit will put up the pto's before long.
the hvy m/c comes with a 200hp impeller and a 2600 pto
this is £2600
The advantage of having no stationary framework in the slurry is huge and thus I have no leg.Just out of curiosity how do you watch you don't get to close to the floor with no leg especially on lagoons with liners?