Model # 105890DPT

Internet #202081851

Store SKU #139064

ProForce 1/2 HP Portable Cement Mixer
0099713158900

ProForce

1/2 HP Portable Cement Mixer

  • General-duty cement mixer handles stucco, mortar and concrete
  • Powerful 1/2 HP, 110-volt electric motor
  • Batch capacity of 270 lbs. or 2.5 cu. ft.
$32775 /each
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Product Overview

  • General-duty cement mixer handles stucco, mortar and concrete
  • Powerful 1/2 HP, 110-volt electric motor
  • Batch capacity of 270 lbs. or 2.5 cu. ft.
The Portable Cement Mixer allows you to mix drywall mud, cement, paint, stucco, mortar and more. The adjustable design allows you to change the height of the motor for comfort. The mixer comes with detailed assembly and operation instructions that make the use of the mixer even easier.
  • Made from steel
  • Can be used as either commercial or residential
  • Compact design is easy to move
  • 5.0 cu. ft. drum capacity
  • Features a direct drive gearbox

Product Overview

The Portable Cement Mixer allows you to mix drywall mud, cement, paint, stucco, mortar and more. The adjustable design allows you to change the height of the motor for comfort. The mixer comes with detailed assembly and operation instructions that make the use of the mixer even easier.

  • Made from steel
  • Can be used as either commercial or residential
  • Compact design is easy to move
  • 5.0 cu. ft. drum capacity
  • Features a direct drive gearbox

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
48 in
Assembled Height (in.)
57 in
Assembled Width (in.)
28 in

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Concrete Tool Type
Mixer
Gas or Electric
Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
121lb
Returnable
90-Day
Towable
Yes
Wheeled
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
48 in
Assembled Height (in.)
57 in
Assembled Width (in.)
28 in

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Concrete Tool Type
Mixer
Gas or Electric
Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
121lb
Returnable
90-Day
Towable
Yes
Wheeled
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited

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Questions & Answers

Replacement parts, why are they not available?

Reading the reviews this seems like good product mostly. But it also appears there are no replacement parts available, which makes it a boat anchor once anything goes wrong. Why doesn't Home Depot put some pressure on Husky to make replacement parts available?
Asked by: BobG
Hi guys ! This concrete mixer is a chinese copy of the original IMER minibeta. For those who would like spare parts, take a look at alibaba market, you could find almost all parts directly from the supplier !
Answered by: Sventchik
Date published: 2017-07-16

how many cubic ft. does this machine hold?

Asked by: wyorose
This mixer will safely handle 1.2 cubic feet of concrete, the equivalent of two 80-lb bags of premix and water.
Answered by: MakinBugBoxes
Date published: 2017-04-06

Can you add a little water, dump an 80 lb bag of ready mix, and turn on the mixer?

The manual does not mention Quikrete and says to add a shovel full at a time.
Asked by: N4KHQ
I use this item every week for my fence company. I add a little water, then 2 of the 80lb ready mix..then add water to get desired consistency , then dump into wheelbarrow. Been doing it for over 9 years, and I'm on my 2nd unit after first one went bad. Mine stays attached to my trailer year round in all weather. I'm about to buy a replacement.
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2017-09-17

How much cement can I mix

Asked by: Freddy
We usually mix 3 of the 60 lb bags per load. The key is to add the water first. The total size that you can mix will depend on how much help you have, but I'd say anything over 1 cubic yard and you will want to seriously consider getting pre-mixed concrete delivered. Usually, at about 2 cubic yards or more, it's cheaper to get the trucks anyway (unless you need a pumper, which adds quite a bit to the price).
Answered by: NowhereMan
Date published: 2017-04-15
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Customer Reviews

1/2 HP Portable Cement Mixer is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 150.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thing is great for the price. We've had this for more than 8 years and have used it for lots... This thing is great for the price. We've had this for more than 8 years and have used it for lots of small-to-medium projects (for larger projects, you definitely want to schedule concrete delivered). As others have mentioned, the key to success is to add the water first, then the concrete mix. I also like to add a handful of glass fibers (you can get these at a concrete supplier---it's cheap) to each batch. If you prepare the ground well, use plenty of rebar and add glass fibers, you'll never get any cracks. Here's a video of our most recent project: https://vimeo.com/212382249
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from At 1 year old and 14 days, the center T-bolt stripped out the threads on the motor. Talked to the... At 1 year old and 14 days, the center T-bolt stripped out the threads on the motor. Talked to the manufacturer, they will do nothing, cannot even purchase a new motor. This is just junk now and cannot be repaired. Mixed roughly 100 bags during the 12 months and 2 weeks. At $300, it cost me $3/bag just to mix. This is after the first one I purchased had a motor seal problem and dumped all it's oil on my shed floor, that one HomeDepot replaced for me. Don't waste your money on this brand if you want a better value than that.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to asamble works grate up to 4 bags of... Easy to asamble works grate up to 4 bags of cement mix
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought this mixer 2 years ago. I didn't write a review earlier because I was too busy. This unit ... Bought this mixer 2 years ago. I didn't write a review earlier because I was too busy. This unit is a monster. My brother & I bought it together to work on our houses. So far we have mixed about 250 - 60lbs bags of cement with no problems. We normally mix 2 bags at a time because we find that to be quicker. But you can mix 3 or 4 with no problems. I highly recommend this unit for the home owner or small contractor. I saw a construction company using the same unit on a commercial project. Unit is amazing. Wilson Ozone Park, NY
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been working with this mixer for 5 days and so far I used approximately 65 bags of concret... I have been working with this mixer for 5 days and so far I used approximately 65 bags of concrete mix of 60 pounds each. The engine runs smoothly and I did not encounter any issue with it. I assembled the unit myself and it was an easy process. I have been pouring 3 bags of concrete mix of 60 pounds each in the mixer andIt did the job exactly the way I expected. I made a video on youtube. For those interested please watch the video on https://youtu.be/NbyHG9vliUk.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from We purchased this Proforce Cement Mixer in June 2016 and after 112/80 lbs. of cement the T-Bolt s... We purchased this Proforce Cement Mixer in June 2016 and after 112/80 lbs. of cement the T-Bolt stripped out of the Gearbox Drive Shaft. Since the part failed in July 2017, during summer phase 2 of our project, the mixer is out-of-warranty. Home Depot's distributor (Midwest Air Tech.) does not offer any replacement parts even though there is a detailed parts list in the manual. We did not plan on having to purchase 2 mixers to put in 53 fence posts. We have resorted to mixing the remaining 100 bags by hand, very aggravating and time consuming. We have been loyal Home Depot customers, however this experience has made us disgusted with the lack of product quality and consumer satisfaction that Home Depot is providing with the products they promote and offer. Customer satisfaction after the purchase is just as important as the selling of your product to the customer.
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fine for the weekend warrior but if you're mixing daily then the weld along the back of the mixer... Fine for the weekend warrior but if you're mixing daily then the weld along the back of the mixer will break or the mounting bracket will crack or the motor will leak and fail. I've bought 8 over the last couple years, same problems occur, only with more frequency. Buying a different brand this time, hopefully have better luck with better quality.
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Purchased it 3 months ago. Mixed about 30 full batches of concrete. The center bolt stripped ou... Purchased it 3 months ago. Mixed about 30 full batches of concrete. The center bolt stripped out during the last batch. I inspected the mixer each time prior to use and the bolt was tight prior to mixing. I specifically inspect the center bolt because I noticed it was loose on previous use. The stripping of the bolt tells me the material of construction is inferior. It is not designed properly for the load it is intended to handle. a locking mechanism would be a preferred design to ensure proper contact is maintained at all times. A second fault of the mixer is that the sand / cement tend to stick to the back side and it requires physical means of getting the mix to drop and get mixed properly. As stated previously, the design is not the best. There should be a stationary wipe that prevents the concrete from sticking to the back. I'm returning to the home depot today and expect credit back. I am going to purchase an upgrade design as this just doesn't cut it.
Date published: 2017-06-11
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