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TMR Mixers

V-Max – TMR Vertical Mixer

Valmetal’s TMR MIXERS chop big bales faster and mixes faster and better for max energy efficiency. Ultra-resistant augers are made of abrasion resistant steel. Welded on a heavy-duty trailer specifically designed to support heavy loads, providing optimum results and long lasting performance. Equipped with tungsten carbide coated auger knives for a greater lifespan. Ultra-low profile. 430-630 Ft3 capacity models available. Call today for your next mixer.

Valmetal TMR MIXER

 

4 Auger TMR mixer

TMR Mobile Four Auger Mixer

Prepare exceptional quality recipes thanks to the smooth operation and the positioning of its heavy augers which blend all the ingredients into a perfectly homogeneous mixture without damaging or tearing the fibers. As all forage, grains, protein supplements, vitamins and minerals are thoroughly mixed, the cow is not able to hunt out individual ingredients. Hydraulic unloading door can be raised or lowered to discharge the conveyor. Sprockets and heavy chains run in an enclosed oil bath to eliminate any contamination.

 

V-mix tmr mixer

TMR Mobile V-Max Vertical Mixer

The perfect vertical mixer for high fiber content TMR. Can cut and mix a wide variety of products, including large round bales, square, baleage or dry. Versatile enough to handle any kind of recipe and was designed to accommodate any future equipment. Auger is made of abrasion resistant steel. Welded on a heavy-duty trailer specifically designed to support heavy loads, providing optimum results and long lasting performance. Two different models available.

 

TMR Reel Mixer

A simple and sturdy driving system with few moving parts makes it easy to maintain. An efficient mixing system provides the most thorough TMR available without destroying structural fiber in the diet. Rubber strips assist the reel in mixing even the finest ingredients and ensures complete cleanout. Gentle on feed and has minimal breakdown. Static heat treated hay knifes are strategically positioned to cut the long stem fibers.