Toro Cement Bowl Attachment

Staff | September 28, 2010

The Toro Cement Bowl attachment allows contractors to easily haul, mix and pour up to 200 pounds of dry cement. The compact size of the Toro Dingo compact utility loader and Cement Bowl enables an operator to pour footings without disturbing existing landscapes and permits access to areas previously accessible only by hand labor.

A specially designed auger flighting inside the Cement Bowl keeps the material in the bowl during mixing. When the Cement Bowl rotation is reversed, this same auger design permits cement to be poured into fence postholes while the posts are in place, without the need to tip the bowl forward.

The bowl works in conjunction with the High Torque or Universal Swivel Auger Power Head, providing greater torque for superior performance and durability. The attachment uses the loader's auxiliary hydraulic system, which delivers up to 11.2 gpm of flow at 3,000 psi of hydraulic power on tracked models and 10.98 gpm at 3,250 psi on wheeled machines.

Using the Toro Dingo quick-attach system, the Cement Bowl quickly and easily attaches to the compact utility loader by simply turning two locking pins and connecting two hydraulic lines.