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Mixer, Drum, 1/2 HP, 1725RPM, 1/2In Dia
- Item # 6W067
- Mfr. Model # F-3.0
- UNSPSC # 23191001
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 42.2 lbs.
- Item Drum Mixer
- Type Bung Entering
- Max. RPM 1725
- Shaft Dia. (In.) 5/8
- Shaft Length (In.) 32
- Dia. 5/8"
- HP 1/2
- Motor 115 to 230V Single Phase
- Motor Type TEFC Electric
- Mounting Brackets To Clamp to Lip of Standard Steel Drum
- Propeller Opens to 3 3/4" Diameter when Mixer is in Operation
- Shaft Material 316 Stainless steel
- For Use With Open Top Tank
- Material 316 SS
- Application Well Suited for Mixing/Blending Low Viscosity Fluids and Suspending or Dissolving Low Concentrations of Solids in Water or Waterlike Liquids Including Light Oils and Syrups
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