Press Release Stephens Manufacturing
August 31, 2020
DrumBlaster is pleased to announce the partnership with Stephens Manufacturing a long standing reputable company family owned for of...
Ready Mix Tees Valley choose DrumBlaster
August 28, 2020
Ready-mixed concrete firm improves safety and efficiency with DrumBlaster Build-up Control Technology (BCT) READY Mix Tees Valley have become...
DrumBlaster – Build Up Control Technology
September 13, 2019
Find our about DrumBlaster, a unique Australian development solving a global problem.
DrumBlaster returning to NRMCA Concrete Works 2019
August 19, 2019
NRMCA’S CONCRETEWORKS 2019 03 – 07 October Orlando, Florida For information about the event here. #cworks2019
Introducing to Australia Load & Go Truck Wash
August 19, 2019
The Load and Go Ready Mix Truck Wash® is the result of 30 years of industrial high pressure wash experience. The...
Visit DrumBlaster at the MATEXPO 2019
July 29, 2019
De Buf Concrete Mixers will be demonstrating the DrumBlaster Daily Washout system at the MATEXPO 2019. Come see how DrumBlaster...
Visit us at CONEXPO and find out more about DrumBlaster Build Up Control Technology
July 29, 2019
Come visit us at CONEXPO 2020 and find out more about DrumBlaster Build Up Control Technology. DrumBlaster will be...
DrumBlaster activity heats up across the US
June 3, 2018
DrumBlaster thanks the NRMCA and its producer members across the US for their confidence and support. DrumBlaster successfully completed...
INTERMAT 2018: A great success for DrumBlaster and De Buf Mixers
May 30, 2018
Intermat 2018 was a very successful show for both DrumBlaster and De Buf Mixers. DrumBlaster is the answer for...
DrumBlaster results in from Hanson UK Leeds Concrete Plant
May 30, 2018
DrumBlaster has been in operation for six month at the Hanson UK Leeds Concrete Plant. The results are now...
Visit us for a demonstration of DrumBlaster at INTERMAT Paris 2018
February 12, 2018
Come visit us at INTERMAT 2018 to see a LICE demonstration of DrumBlaster. DrumBlaster and our distributor De Buf...
How to reduce concrete cross-contamination
September 5, 2017
NorthConnex batch plant in Sydney Australia shows the way. Cross-contamination can cause major problems for concrete producers. When trucks...
Ash Blackwoods, Blackwoods Readymix
September 5, 2017
Ash Blackwoods, Blackwoods Readymix talks about the benefits of using the DrumBlaster daily concrete washout system
Campbell Concrete pilots DrumBlaster Mixer Truck Washout System
August 28, 2017
Houston-based Campbell Concrete & Materials LLC is the premier North American user of the DrumBlaster Daily Washout System. Developed...
Try DrumBlaster at the MATEXPO 2017
August 18, 2017
De Buf Hydrauliek will be demonstrating the DrumBlaster Daily Washout system at the MATEXPO 2017. Come see how DrumBlaster works...
DrumBlaster will be attending the NRMCA’s Concrete Works
August 1, 2017
DrumBlaster will be exhibiting the NRMCA’s ConcreteWorks 2017, come visit us at booth 402. DrumBlaster is also a proud sponsor...
Peter Constable, Constable Bros Concrete
March 1, 2017
Hear what Peter Constable from Constable Bros has to say about using DrumBlaster Concrete Washout System http://constablebrosconcrete.com.au
DrumBlaster attending NRMCA’s Annual Convention
February 28, 2017
DrumBlaster will be attending the NRMCA's Annual Convention on March 4 - 6, 2017.
World of Concrete 2017
January 15, 2017
DrumBlaster is taking a 20 by 20 ft. exhibition space to display to a DrumBlaster unit at this exhibition,...
DrumBlaster – How it works?
January 7, 2017
Find our how the DrumBlaster system makes washouts faster, easier and safer.
December 2016 Newsletter
December 1, 2016
View the December DrumBlaster newsletter for the latest product information and achievements.
What our customers think
Drivers really appreciate the DrumBlaster’s capabilities when they are cleaning up after delivering high-strength, kerb or coloured loads. The following is some of the feedback from drivers:
I bought the DrumBlaster over 6 months and found the machine easy to program when new trucks are added and the drives like it because it is simple to use and allows them to finalise paperwork or start cleaning their trucks. With over 4,200 individual cleans now I would recommend DrumBlaster to anyone, DrumBlaster is saving me a lot of time chipping out trucks.
DrumBlaster has been in operation for 1 year at the Halkitis Bros Concrete Plant. The results speak for themselves – the performance of the DrumBlaster Concrete Washout system definitely works. Over the six month period the trucks inspection hatch was opened and trucks have gained zero buildup with DrumBlaster. The comment from the drivers is its quick, easy to work and keeps the rear of their trucks very clean.
We washed out an aggi the old way. Jonathan and I inspected inside the barrel. The blades had residue of semi hardened slurry on the front of them. We then re-washed the aggi using the DrumBlaster and re-inspected the barrel. The blades were clean.
We have had our DrumBlaster in operation for over two years now and the results speak for themselves. In the past before the DrumBlaster our standard wash out operation consisted of a two rinse cycle and that was it. Then we would have to get in a de-dag once every 6 months depending on the truck and the driver sometimes sooner. Post DrumBlaster our washout/rinse cycle consists of min of 5 to 7mins on the machine then discharge into reclaimer then onto a final rinse at the standard washout point. We encourage our drivers if they are asked to “give it a rinse” you use the DrumBlaster, also when the vehicles are on kerb mix we limit the loads to two kerb loads then DrumBlaster before doing another load. We aren’t having to get inside some of our barrels for 18 months and even when we do it’s very minimal compared to before we had the DrumBlaster.
The DrumBlaster machine has been in operation at our Coffs Harbour plant since March 2019. Our drivers have found it easy to use and have implemented use of the machine each day. Drivers who have been in the industry have noticed a significant reduction in build up. Drivers who use the machine diligently have had no build up in their trucks. I would encourage more companies to invest in the machine to reduce de-dagging exposure.
Machine is going well, all the guys love it and they appreciated not having to get into the bowl to chip off the concrete from the fins.