Plaster Mixers

We have carefully selected a range of plaster mixing drills, with a variety of specifications and brands to choose from. The plaster mixers found on this page are from premier brands in the plaster mixer drill industry such as Belle, Evolution and Makita.

 

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  1. Vitrex MIX850 850w Adhesive Paddle Mixer
    £49.99
    ex VAT (£59.99 inc VAT)
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  2. Vitrex MIX1400 1400w Power Mixer
    £84.99
    ex VAT (£101.99 inc VAT)
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  3. Evolution TWISTER Evolution 'Twister' Plaster Mixer
    SAVE £10.00
  4. Makita UT1600 Makita Paddle Mixer
    £299.99
    ex VAT (£359.99 inc VAT)
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  5. Rubi Runimix-16 Ergomax Electric Mixer
    Rubi 24996 Rubi Runimix-16 Ergomax Electric Mixer
    SAVE £5.00
    £139.99 £134.99
    ex VAT (£161.99 inc VAT)
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  6. Makita UT1400 Makita Paddle Mixer
    £209.00
    ex VAT (£250.80 inc VAT)
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  7. Dewalt DCD240X2-GB 54v XR FLEXVOLT Paddle Mixer with 2 x 54v Batteries
  8. Bosch GRW12E Bosch Stirrer
    £309.99
    ex VAT (£371.99 inc VAT)
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  9. Paddle Mixer Cordless Set
    Flex MXE 18.0 EC/5.0 Paddle Mixer Cordless Set
    £359.99
    ex VAT (£431.99 inc VAT)
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  10. Dewalt DCD240N-XJ 54v XR FLEXVOLT Paddle Mixer - Body
  11. Milwaukee M18FPM0X M18 FPM-0 Fuel Paddle Mixer
    £184.99
    ex VAT (£221.99 inc VAT)
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Plaster Mixers

Are you mixing efficiently?

A plaster mixing drill is an important asset to any tradesman, allowing you to mix plaster with greater productivity for the task in hand. A question that is always asked is how to get a consistent mix. A plaster mixer, aided with the paddle extension allows for the ideal plaster consistency to be achieved easily and with little effort. We would always advise to buy plaster mixing drills rather than trying to use an ordinary drill as attempting to mix plaster with a standard drill or cordless drill will usually result in a bad consistency. This is down to the way the power is distributed through the paddle, not giving the ideal consistent mix required when mixing plaster.

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