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Agitators and mixing tanks


HAND HELD PNEUMATIC AGITATORS


Type PM60


This pneumatic agitator is perfect for preparation and mixing of most paints in containers of 5 and 10 litre capacity. Some materials, such as lacquer may also be agitated in larger volume containers.


• ATEX approved • Comfortable handle


• Can be hand-held/flange mounted or on stand


• Light weight • High quality function • Stainless steel shaft & propeller • Long service life • Integral speed control & silencer


Technical Data Operating air pressure Speed @ 4bar Air consumption Output


0.5 to 8bar 900rpm


100 litres/min 60Watt


Weight approx (exc stand) 1.1kg Shaft length


Propeller diameter Type PM60


on adjustable height stand (60-100)


440mm 70mm


Type MRM-50


Features a 0.42hp direct drive air motor for greater mixing ability either for heavier materials or in larger quantities up to 25 litre capacity.


• Comfortable T-bar handle grip • Light weight • High quality function • Long service life • Integral speed control & silencer


Technical Data Operating air pressure 0.5 to 5.6bar Speed @ 5.6bar Air consumption Output


6000RPM


12.5CMF @ 5.6bar 0.33kW


Weight (excluding stand) 2.0kg Shaft length


60-200


flange mounting connection


AF 350 78-052


90 500mm


Spiral paddle diameter 80mm Silencer not illustrated


Speed controller not illustrated www.exitflex.co.uk 60-325/0


25 litre pail mounted PM60 agitator


PM 60-250 pail agitator is also available with stainless steel pails as follows:-


60-320/34 20 litre pail 60-340/34 40 litre pail


www.exitflex.co.uk


MRM2-80 spiral paddle


MRM 050


PAIL MOUNTED AGITATOR PM60-325/0


The Exitflex 60-325/0 package makes the preparation and use of spray applied materials simple and clean to handle whilst at the same time helps to ensure that your material achieves and remains at the correct specification - ready for use It comprises a standard industrial 25 litre pail with stainless steel lid, which fastens to the pail using three external fixings.


The lid itself is spun and laser profiled has a filler/viewer point with pear shaped access plate, a 1/2 BSP male connection fluid suction tube (reaching the bottom of the pail) and a PM-60 pneumatic mixer


• Light weight • High quality function • Stainless steel shaft & propeller • Long service life • Integral speed control & silencer


Technical Data Operating air pressure


Speed @ 4bar Air consumption Output


Weight approx Propeller diameter


0.5 to 8bar 900rpm 100l/min 60 Watt 3.8kg 70mm


LID MOUNTED AGITATOR


For preparation and mixing of liquid materials 200 litre (45 gallon) air driven paint mixer mounted on stainless steel lid.


section seven


Drum not included 60-600 Alternative


200 litre agitator assembly lid mounted with ARM 125 1.25hp rotary air motor


• Stainless lid with handles • Choice of air motors • Stainless steel shaft • Adjustable paddle detail • Four lid fixing positions


Agitator kits M20/500


Kit for use with the 08 034 000 00 elevator comprising; air regulator, hose set, M20 rotary air motor with mounting pillar, shaft and dual mixing blades


ARM-125/500


Kit for use with the 08 034 000 00 elevator comprising; air regulator, hose set,1.25hp direct drive ARM-125 rotary air motor with mounting, shaft and dual mixing blades


60-617 2 vane stainless blade


PTP-162 3 vane nylon blade


PTP-127 Paddle blade


A choice of rotary impellor blades are available


60-614 55mm Ø 60-615 100mm Ø


91 M20


Three piston rotary air agitator motor


60-620


Alternative assembly with M20 motor


M20/19 Mounting pillar


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