Zimmerman Industries, Inc. has been and continues to be the driving
force within the mobile concrete industry over the past 40 years.
Their Zim-Mixer volumetric concrete mixers are designed to carry the
sand, stone, cement, and water in separate compartments and by doing so
provide many advantages to you.
Harold Zimmerman, the founder of Zimmerman Industries, invented and patented the very first Mobile Concrete Mixer in 1960, and their leadership in the industry continues today. Building concrete mixers is their business. Their only business.
This commitment to technical advances, customer service and product support makes Zimmerman Industries the ideal supplier for your next mobile concrete mixer.
Advantages of a Zim-Mixer
Materials are dispensed by a positive feed delivery mechanism. Each revolution of the shaft moves the same amount of material from the beginning to the end of any load, ensuring quality and consistency.
Each aggregate can be dispensed individually at any time, using their independent clutch system. This greatly decreases calibration time. It also enables the operator to make a wide range of products, such as grout mixes with sand and cement, or pervious concrete with stone and cement. It allows for sand or stone to be off-loaded individually, either to reload with a different size, or to dispense either product to meet a customers' need. There is no spillage of sand or stone along the length of the unit, due to their unique chain design. This allows for a cleaner job and a cleaner chassis.
The auger drive motor is located at the bottom of the auger, putting the horsepower where it is most needed. This design also allows for easy auger removal and wear blade replacement. Their patented chain drive system lasts longer than belt systems. This also means lower maintenance costs, since the chain seldom needs to be replaced. Weight distributions are run on every unit they mount, ensuring compliance with D.O.T. guidelines in any state. They offer multiple chute designs for a variety of applications. Operator training is offered at the customer's location, along with unit calibration. Training schools are held on various dates throughout the year at their company headquarters as well as other states and countries.
Zimmerman Industries offers the most flexibility in design and manufacturing in the industry. They can build machines to any specification.