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Imer Wheelbarrow Mixer Electric 5 CF.

by Imer

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  • Mix 275lbs of mortar, stucco, grout and concrete in less than 4 minutes.
  • Fully enclosed 1/2hp, 110v industrial grade motor with direct gear drive
  • Easy to move around, construction duty 14" tires
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Technical Details
Part Number 5991
Power Sourceac/dc
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB000NCUVJ0
Best Sellers Rank #306,294 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
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Date First AvailableApril 30, 2007
  
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For the 2-3 person construction crew, there is no need to tow a mixer to the job site, not when the Wheelman II can make a wheelbarrow of concrete, mortar, stucco, grout, or dry pack mortar every 4 minutes! Easy to clean poly drum.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Backyard Bob on July 9, 2013
I've had mine about 3 years. Before this I used those $200 - $250 pedestal imports or the same pedestal design costing more from Sears or Montgomery Ward; none of those lasted. I've never had a bit of problem with this Imer. Imer is an Italian construction equipment firm, and my mixer was made in Brazil. Imer produces for the pro market; this is the smallest mixer they make.

I've made over 300 loads. It makes about twice as much concrete as the pedestal types. To make one batch, I dump in 10 gallons of gravel, 6.7 gallons of sand, and 3.3 gallons of cement. This yields about 12 gallons of concrete - perhaps 1.8 cubic feet.

This wheelbarrow type is easier to charge (load), as its mouth is much closer to the ground -- no lifting sand and gravel to chest height. It's about half the work as with those cheap pedestal types.

It has plenty of power. The electric motor is in fact 0.5 HP, and that is plenty big (the pedestal types are 0.33 HP and are underpowered). The Imer had as gear box - no pesky and dangerous belts.

Shipping weight is probably less than 200 pounds. It came in one big strong cardboard box on a pallet. The truck driver and I probably could have set it on the ground. However, we slid the pallet into the back of my pickup and I opened the box up there (that's the smart way). The electric motor is the only heavy component. Assembly was not bad.

Generally, I load it and mix a couple feet back from the forms or footing and then just wheel it forward. You should start your dumping carefully (slowly) as it feels like it is going to get away (but not as bad as dumping a wheelbarrow). It's easy wheel around the job site (15-inch pneumatic tires). Empty, I might be able to hoss it into a pickup by myself, but it really a two-man job (I'm 66 yo).

The plastic drum is strong and thick without a hint of brittleness. It is easy to wash up. This is my favorite tool.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JohnnyB on September 9, 2012
It doesn't look like it could weigh 2000lbs (as per the Product Details, Sept.9,'12), which is a good thing
since it would be extremely difficult to move if it actually weighed that much. I believe the real weight in closer to 100lbs.
My main concern, which is unaddressed in any web-ad you'll find, is why the IMER Wheelman II ELECTRIC drive HAS a 1/2 horsepower motor, while the GAS version has a 3 hp engine?!? Is 1/2 hp REALLY ENOUGH to turn that tub when it's full of wet mix, AND not dramatically shorten the working-life of the motor and gear drive?
Makes me say hmmm....
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