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The Quikstir® Post Mixer features a heavy-duty capacitor motor and trouble-free sealed gearbox. It is typically used to mix lime putty, acoustic textures, epoxies, deck coatings, waterproofers, textured paints, cement coatings, fast set plaster, glass fiber SBC, and drywall textures. Consistent spray results are always provided with specially designed adjustable mixing blades.

Price available upon request.

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Quikspray® mixers have been used worldwide for more than 40 years because of their simplicity, rugged build, and versatility. These mixers feature a heavy-duty capacitor motor and trouble-free sealed gearbox. Consistent spray results are always provided by specially designed adjustable mixing blades that make it possible to mix batches ranging from 5 to 55 gallons. A 2-speed model is available to alleviate splashing.

For users requiring explosion-proof performance, a 2-hp variable speed pneumatic (air) motor is recommended.


  • Lime-Putty
  • Acoustics Textures
  • Epoxies
  • Deck Coatings
  • Waterproofers
  • Texture Paints
  • Cement Coatings
  • Fast Set Plaster
  • Glass Fiber SBC
  • Drywall Textures
Standard Electric Sum: Heavy Duty Electrics Air
Catalog # 200 PM 300 PM 300-H-PM 300-2-PM 500 PM
H.P. 3/4 1 1 1 2-4+
Motor R.P.M 1725 1725 3450 1140/1725 2000+
Gear Ratio 6:1 6:1 8.2:1 6:1 6:1
Blade R.P.M. 287.5 287.5 420 190/287.5 100-300+
Power 115 or 230 115 or 230 115 or 230 115 or 230 30-80 CFM
Blade A or B A or B B A A or B

Also Available

  • 14, 16, 30 & 55 gallon mixing barrels
  • Custom aluminum, carbon steel, or stainless steel mixing blades or shafts
  • Barrel carts or dollies
  • High shear mixers and transfer pumps

Additional information


110 VAC, 220 VAC

Variable Speed

With, Two Speed, Without

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Commercial Grade Rockscapes

This beginner friendly class will focus on equipment setup, mixing, spraying, waterproofing, carving, coloring, and bas-relief techniques.

Armature, backing, and structure will be highlighted.

The class will be
instructed by Richard
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Richard has over
thirty years of hands on experience.

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