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Gearbox Warning!

2018-08-31T21:10:20+00:00July 27th, 2018|Contractor, End User, Product Analysis & News|

One Simple Knob Can Save $1000’s in Gearbox Repair! The GearSaver knob on your Cart-Away mixing trailer will keep your customers from destroying a gearbox. Gear failure results from the stress caused by reversing the direction of the mixing drum too quickly. The GearSaver knob slows the directional rotation gradually and eliminates the shock to the

Portable Concrete Mixer Skid

2018-08-31T21:21:03+00:00July 27th, 2018|Cube, End User, Product Analysis & News|

New Portable Concrete Mixer Skid Mounts for Versatility The Cart-Away portable concrete mixer has a long-standing reputation for producing quality concrete. The simple design and premium components keep maintenance and repair costs down and produce a high return on investment. An East Coast concrete precasting company has proven this with a skid-mounted version of this portable

Portable Concrete Mixer Casters

2018-08-31T21:23:18+00:00July 27th, 2018|Cube, End User, Product Analysis & News|

Changing Portable Mixer Casters The Cart-Away mixing trailer is virtually trouble-free. Most of the mixers that we built in 1993 are still delivering concrete today. The reason that they last so long is that there are very few wear-parts that need to be replaced. One of the wear parts is the portable mixer casters that support the

Barn Slab with Portable Batch Plant

2018-08-31T21:35:21+00:00July 27th, 2018|Contractor, Cube, End User, Product Analysis & News|

Barn Slab: Total yards = 45 yards in 5-yard pours. The five-yard pours where required so that ranch equipment could be moved between sections and then moved onto the cured concrete. The Project spanned three weeks between other work projects. “The C.U.B.E. worked great for my needs. I could only pour a few yards before

Portable Concrete plant in a Mine

2018-08-31T21:37:49+00:00July 27th, 2018|Contractor, Cube, Customer Experiences, End User, Product Analysis & News|

Mining Application: Total Project = 98 yards The Teck Cominco Mine in Northern Washington needed several concrete slabs poured approximately 7.5 miles underground. They tried a contractor mixer and 80# pre-mixed bags of concrete. But with about 100 yards to pour, it became apparent that they would never make their deadlines and would wear-out several

Resort – Portable Concrete Mixer

2018-08-31T21:40:44+00:00July 27th, 2018|Business Opportunity, Contractor, Cube, Customer Experiences, End User, International, Municipal, Product Analysis & News|

Resort Construction in the Bahamas A contractor building a resort on a remote island had a problem producing concrete for footings and grouting block. No ready-mix availability meant using a 1/3 yard portable mixer and losing valuable time. In addition, he could not get the consistent concrete strength that was demanded for the project. Using the

Portable Batch Plant – Water Access

2018-08-31T23:52:51+00:00July 27th, 2018|Contractor, Cube, End User, Product Analysis & News|

Water Access Only  At a remote site on Silverwood Lake is a recreational facility that can only be accessed by boat. When it came time to upgrade the site, the contractor turned to the Cart-Away CUBE. as the ready-mix solution. The onsite batching system was used for rehabbing restrooms, shade structures, docks, and walkways. They

Concrete 101

2018-09-17T21:52:04+00:00July 27th, 2018|Business Opportunity, End User, International, Municipal, Product Analysis & News|

Concrete Facts and Economic Strengths Concrete is the second most consumed product on earth, behind water. Yet, by comparison, concrete construction represents millions of more jobs and a much greater economic return than water. In fact, sustainable water projects rely heavily on concrete for storage, distribution, and reclamation. There are nearly 3 tons of concrete

Cement – The Glue that makes Concrete

2018-09-17T21:59:33+00:00July 27th, 2018|Business Opportunity, Contractor, End User, Product Analysis & News|

Strong concrete needs evenly distributed cement. Producing a strong concrete requires the appropriate blending of aggregates with Portland cement and water. With the correct recipe and a proper mixing process, these materials will conjoin into a “stew” that can harden into the most durable material on earth. This concrete stew loses its effectiveness when the

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