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Cleform Gilson 59000D Wheelbarrow Cement Mixer ???

Posted by akmhome (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 4, 09 at 15:08

Am looking at the subject Cleform (mfr in St.Joseph, MO) mixer for small cement and grout applications.

Batch Output 1-1/2 cu. ft.
Pre-mix Bags (88 lb) 2 Bags
High torque motor, 1/2 HP single phase, 115 volt electric motor
Strong polyurethane drums will not crack or rust
Ring gear is completely enclosed for safety
Clears a 30 inch door opening
Simple drive system
Lightweight, 125 lbs.
Quiet operation
Easy clean-up
On/Off Switch

Anyone have any experience with that make and/or model ?

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RE: Cleform Gilson 59000D Wheelbarrow Cement Mixer ???

Sorry I can't help but just some random thoughts. I'd ask what other contractors are using or see what brand the local rental center is offering. Seems to me that a rental center wouldn't buy complete junk, they have to maintain, fix, replace it.

RE: Cleform Gilson 59000D Wheelbarrow Cement Mixer ???

Good ideas.
Thanks much.

RE: Cleform Gilson 59000D Wheelbarrow Cement Mixer ???

Yea my husband used this when he redid our bathroom. At one point we needed a pulley and got one at Great customer service!

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