Overhead Stirrers Combine Power and Intelligence
Feb 28 2019 Read 285 Times
Wiggens offers overhead stirrers for stirring and mixing in the lab for both low and high viscosity. Safety, power and intelligence were again at the core of the development of this product range. The design focuses on the most essential aspects that produce overhead stirrers as reliable laboratory companions. The soft start, low speed guarantees a smooth and safe stirring process. Three different models are available in this series: each model has the same performance but with different manipulation experiences. Stable rotary knob and on-touch control can be implemented on different models if required. The stirring speed measures up to a maximum of 2,000 rpm with a torque of up to 70 Ncm. The WB2000-C can also be connected to the computer via a RS-232 cable for remote control and can be used as a stand-alone unit or, for instance, integrated in chemical reaction systems.
In addition, Wiggens have already prepared different packages to simplify customer ordering. This includes overhead stirrers, support stands, and stainless steel or PTFE impellers. For stir bearings, stir shafts and more detail on impeller types offered, please visit the company website.
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