Hippo: a mixing heavyweight


Industrial Air Tools has released a new pneumatic powered Hippo Portamix mixing station.

The Hippo Portamix makes the mixing and placing of a wide range of construction compounds much easier, faster, safer and more accurate.

The portable mixing station concept was developed due to a big demand for a product that would mix and pour large quantities of compounds thoroughly, efficiently and quickly – and reduce injuries such as back strain.

The Hippo Portamix is now available as pneumatic powered rather than just electric.

It is ideal for building sites and remote areas where electricity is not at hand. It’s also perfect for mining and construction sites for blast plug applications.

The pneumatic powered Hippo Portamix is safer because they are no sparks or electric shocks.

Also it does not burn out with overloading and it is not affected by electric lead regulations.

The product is sold by Industrial Air Tools and serviced by distributors Australia wide.

Industrial Air Tools
1800 62 72 82

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