Package deal for the Little Dragon, Mixer and Bender!

  • You really dont need any of those. You can buy a manual one and attach to any heavy duty drill.

  • Mike,

    Good thought!

    That link above is no longer working.

    That looks like the one, may be a good back up if people are in a bind and needing a mixer.

    I think if you do a lot of mixing, you will want to use the 2 handed version to prevent user fatigue if mixing up a barrel every 5 minutes!


    You save:
    $65.04 (43% off)
    US $84.95

    I believe Hajjar will get the backlog figured out and have speedy turnaround for items ordered soon! I did order the plans and could have made the items (minus the bender) myself. I wanted to order the special package from (compensate) Hajjar as a way of saying thank you for all the help he has passed on with this much needed building methodology! This will also allow him to continue to keep going and invent and expand to help even more people. Everybody wins! We are part of and on the ground floor of a building revolution!


  • @FoamAir Yes,I understand. We are in on the ground floor of a good thing. From what Hajjar told me he had the mixers in and ready to ship first of this week. So I expected it to be shipped already since I ordered it on the 2nd. He has helped me understand the process of how to make Air Crete and I am thankful for it.

  • @Mike I have had package waiting to be picked up from Brooklyn, NY since June 2, 2017, posted at 3:43 pm. It says "Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item. Delivery date is Unknown. Thanks for the efforts for resolving the issues.

  • @chipc I have the same thing on my shipping tracking number from Fedex. It has a delivery date of the 13th, but it has not been picked yet. Not sure what is going on, as there is no communication on hajjar`s side or the dropshippers side.

  • I did see this about the Foam Injection AirCrete Mixer today.
    Maybe it was out of stock when ordered and it did not show that on the package page?

    Sure it will get resolved soon. Be good for Hajjar to provide us un update on the situation:

    Foam-Injection AirCrete Mixer

    "Temporarily out of stock." Expect 2-3 weeks for delivery.
    ​Makes 43 gallons of AirCrete in a few minutes.
    110 - 120 volt - 1600W - variable speed
    Ergonomic for optimal comfort


  • I created the shipping labels a several days ago when I thought they were ready to ship. But they were held up until now. I got confirmation yesterday that they are ready to ship. I just resent the shipping labels. They should ship today or by monday. You should be getting the mixers sometime next week. Thanks for your patience. We'll do our best to make sure this doesn't happen again.

  • @Mike I shared links like this in the past. We ordered a couple for our Mexico workshop. Even though it looks the same they had smaller mixing paddle and were of lesser quality. One customer ordered one that looked the same, but it arrived with a different housing that wouldn't fit our foam injection attachment.

  • @hajjargibran Ok thanks!

  • @hajjargibran Ok I was just wondering they looked the same and had the same watts and the same housing in the pictures. With it being so hard to get them from you and if the one I ordered breaks down in the middle of the project we have, it would be nice to have a backup. As you know we are going to have a large project....

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  • Has anyone got conformation that their mixer was shipped? I have not got a new shipping label in my e-mail and the old one is still the same. Nothing has shipped yet?

  • My tracking says mixer was picked up by FedEx and will be delivered on the 14th.

  • Thanks, Mike. I have not seen any tracking on the USPS app for my package. Since I don't have a Fedex tracking number, I can't tell if Fedex will deliver on Wednesday, but I am glad that might be a possibility.

  • @FoamAir What type of cement did you use?

  • Hi Tim_D,

    I found a smaller 47 pound bag of QuiKrete at Ace Hardware for about $10.00

    The bag I got shows Type I/II, the website shows Type I

    Types of Portland cement

    There is actually little difference between a Type I and Type II cement, and it is common to see cements meeting both designations labeled as “Type I/II”.


    0_1497446043947_Portland Cement Horizontal.JPG

    Hope that helps,

  • @Joe You can But foam floats on top of cement slurry and you have to move it to the bottom of the mix. That is real hard to do with a paddle wheel like that in a 55 gallon drum.

  • @FoamAir What about the issue of injecting the foam into the mortar mix if using a mixer purchased elsewhere? Can another mixer be modified easily to allow injection of the foam into the mix? I live in Chile, and a 110V mixer is not convenient at all for me, plus I already have a heavy duty 220V drill.

  • Yes there are other ways of injecting the foam. Put an extension tube on Little Dragon to inject it into the mix while you are mixing.

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