DANUSER INTRODUCES THE NEW MEGA MIXER
Oct. 23, 2017
Source: Danuser news release
Fulton, Missouri - Danuser is introducing a versatile addition to its agriculture and industrial attachments - the new Mega Mixer, which is designed to scoop, mix and dispense a wide variety of materials ranging from bag-mix concrete to livestock feed.
The built-in cutting edges and robust design make it suited for scooping from piles of sand, gravel, feed, grains, topsoil, sawdust and a variety of other agriculture and construction materials. The mount on both sides allows the operator to dispense on either the right or left side of the host vehicle to better meet each project's specific needs.
Company co-owner, Glenn Danuser, says: "We've been working very hard to add innovative attachments to our line and the Mega Mixer is the newest home run. Our farmers, cattle producers, landscapers, and contractors are the real winners here and we look forward to helping them with their material handling needs."
The new Mega Mixer is available with two auger options, all-steel and rubber flighted; the latter is better suited for wet materials. Features include an integrated chute storage, bag busters, a lockable discharge gate, klik pin holders, laser cut easy-to-read yardage markers and an 8-inch diameter auger capable of dispensing a full hopper of up to 2-inch materials in under 35 seconds.
"Whether an operator chooses to go with an all-steel or rubber flighted auger option, the Mega Mixer has the performance to handle a variety of materials, saving the operator's time on the farm or job site," Danuser says. Danuser began shipping the Mega Mixer in September 2017.
Danuser, an industry leader in agriculture and construction attachments, is a family-owned company that was built in 1910 with the philosophy, "Good enough won't do - it must be right." With over 100 years of experience coupled with the latest in manufacturing technology, Danuser prides itself on building the very best attachments with superior technologies, also maintaining the core belief that good old fashion field research yields the highest performing, most reliable attachments available today.