The Disperser Mixer Blades are made from 304 stainless steel, and are wear and heat resistant. The blades and shafts are designed for operation in drill presses with chucks, but they can be adapted for use in other mixers.
|Blade:||K Blade*||F Blade||GF Blade||EF Blade||CSI Blade|
|Type:||Design A||Design B||Design C||Design D||-|
|Blade Design:||Square tooth pattern and spaces between the teeth||Uniform teeth||High-vaned blades||Cutter blade||Designed for Venturi principle|
|For general purpose pigment dispersion||For general purpose pigment dispersion, most popular and versatile blades||For use in all mixing operations, particularly high viscosity products (epoxy potting compounds)||For dissolving resinous particles or for high viscosity and solids loading applications||For commercial, pilot models with at least 1-1/2 horsepower motors|
|*As the blade size decreases 4" or less, the design changes slightly due to the manufacturing process.)|
Shafts: Light-weight stainless steel shafts are designed for chucks which will not accommodate the heavy duty standard shaft or heavy-duty, high-speed shaft. They are for use with lab air motors with sleeve attachments. They should be used only with blades under 3" in diameter. Our heavy-duty and high-speed shafts can be used with blades over 3" in diameter. Aluminum shafts are available where stainless steel shafts are too heavy for the chuck. WARNING: Shaft may bend if blade is not immersed in fluid when mixer is turned on.