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Paddle Mixers

Paddle mixers are useful instruments to have around the worksite. Employed when a substance needs to be blended to a specific consistency, these protect the individual from performing such a task manually. As a result, a great deal of time will be saved while the substrate itself is blended more thoroughly. To choose the most appropriate mixer, it is a good idea to quickly examine how these machines function. We will then list some of the criteria to take into account before deciding upon a specific make and model.

How do Paddle Mixers Function?

A Brief Overview - The main purpose of a paddle mixer is to blend a specific substance (or a combination of substances). Examples here can include water and dry plaster, concrete, exterior paint, and mortar. As the name already suggests, the main component within this device is the paddle itself. It is attached at the end of a long rod. Its surfaces are pitched at a specific angle, and as a result, they cause a vortex within the substance being stirred. This reduces the amount of time normally required to blend a mixture.

Although their designs will vary from brand to brand, there are several components which all modern paddle mixers have in common. Besides the paddles connected via a rotating shaft, built-in handles are present. These allow the user to maintain a firm grip on the device at all times. The vast majority are powered by plug-in cables and depending upon the requirements; they are available in 100 or 240 volts. Higher voltages generally equate to greater amounts of torque; very important when mixing notably viscous substances. A robust internal drive mechanism, dual speed controls and safety systems such as an overheating shut-off switch are other features which tend to be present in the most trusted models.

How to Choose the Best Mixer for Your Needs?

Although the price is always an option, there are several other variables to take into account. For example, what type of substances will the unit need to mix? Thicker substrates may need a mixer with a higher power rating. Smaller jobs could only require a basic model with lower levels of torque. Also, consider the type of hand grips that are offered and be certain that you are comfortable with their configuration. It is also wise to choose well-known brand names such as Makita and Bosch. These boast superior levels of reliability and they are known for their quality craftsmanship.

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