Soil Mixers

Our batch mixers have been around for generations and with great mixing at affordable prices why wouldn't they be! But if you need high accuracy with non stop production with optional computer controls then our MixMaker series is for you.

Twister™ I Batch Mixer

The Twister I Batch Mixer will mix a wide variety of materials such as sand, peat, bark and soil, as well as chemicals and fertilizers. It also allows incorporation of water into pre-mixed material.

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Twister™ II Batch Mixer

The Twister II Batch Mixer will mix a wide variety of materials such as sand, peat, bark and soil, as well as chemicals and fertilizers. It also allows incorporation of water into pre-mixed material.

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MixMaker™ 15 Mixing System

The competitive grower needs on-demand delivery of specialized mixed soil to meet production goals. The MixMaker 15 Mixing System has the power to meet these requirements.

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MixMaker™ 25 Mixing System

The MixMaker 25 Mixing System supplies on-demand delivery of specialized mix suitable for both nursery and greenhouse operations. It can be fully integrated with flat filling or potting equipment for automated supply or manually controlled by an operator.

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MixMaker™ Custom Mixing Systems

Bouldin & Lawson pioneered the development of the Continuous Soil Mixing System. The MixMaker Systems are superior systems for the greenhouse and nursery industries because of their consistency and accuracy. MixMaker systems provide a continuous supply of media that is evenly mixed with minimal damage to particle integrity. You can specify combinations of various sized hoppers.

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Incline Conveyor

Incline Conveyors are used to transfer raw or mixed material to designated locations. Uses include feeding raw material into batch mixers, continuous soil mixing lines, potting equipment or flat filling equipment. Incline Conveyors are available in standard widths of 14" and 18" with custom widths available up to 36".

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Vertical Conveyor

Vertical Conveyors are generally used as part of a larger system to meet limited space requirements. They are commonly used with an optional Peat Moss Enhancement Unit feeding a Peat Hopper in larger Continuous Soil Mixing Systems.

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