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Tank Mixer, 7-1/2 Gal.
- Item # 19H372
- Mfr. Model # SMS75AG1
- UNSPSC # 23191101
- Catalog Page # 3731
- Shipping Weight 7.0 lbs.
- ItemTank Mixer
- Size7-1/2 Gal.
- Length (In.)7
- Max. RPM2200
- Shaft Dia. (In.)3/16
- Shaft Length (In.)4-3/8
- Motor120VAC Single Phase
- Motor TypeOpen, Electric
- Mounting BracketsPVC
- PropellerAxial Screw
- Shaft MaterialFiberglass
- For Use With3CCR6
- MaterialNylon, PVC, Santoprene, Silicone, PC, Fiberglass
- Recommended UseSoda Ash Solutions
- FunctionAgitate, Mix Water Based Solutions.
- ApplicationWell Suited for Intermittent Duty Applications to Mix or Keep Low Concentrations of Solids Suspended in Water, Typical Appication is Soda Ash
- IncludesSafety Screw
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