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Turbine Mixers
Turbine Mixers can be used to mix two-part compounds fast by attaching the mixer to any variable speed drill.

Some Considerations When Working With Turbine Mixers...

~ While mixing two components of a material together using a Turbine Mixer is effective, we still recommend scraping the sides and bottom of the mixing container with a straight-edge spatula to make sure there is no unmixed material left in the mixing container.

Click Here to read more about the "Double Mix And Pour" Technique


~ Using a variable speed drill with a Turbine Mixer attached to blend materials WILL whip air into the mixture. Air in the mixture could yield bubbles in the material after it has fully cured; usually bubbles are not desired. So if using a Turbine Mixer to blend Parts A & B together, it is recommended to Vacuum Degass the mixed material prior to pouring to reduce the amount of air in the rubber.

 Turbine Mixers are 18'' (45cm) long, making them suitable containers for up to 5 gallons.

Turbine Mixers are 18'' (45cm) long, making them suitable containers for up to 5 gallons.
 Turbine Mixers are very rugged, epoxy coated steel.

Turbine Mixers are very rugged, epoxy coated steel.
 Turbine Mixers are suitable for use in cordless or corded electric drills.

Turbine Mixers are suitable for use in cordless or corded electric drills.

                   
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