- Special mixing between 2.2 - 4.4 Lb. (1 - 2 kg.) of epoxy resins.
- 8 mm. hexagonal finish.
- Adaptable to RUBIMIX-9/9 PLUS by chuck (Ref. 71967).
Within its range of paddles for electric mixers, RUBI has a specific group for mixing epoxy resins, although they also can be used for mixing enamels and varnishes or self-levelling putties.
The E-80 mixer paddle model allows the user to mix between 1 and 2 kg of material.
The paddle has an 8mm hexagonal finish, adaptable to all RUBIMIX models by using the chuck accessory (Ref. 71967) or a traditional electric drill.
The epoxy mixer paddle performs a parallel mixing movement. Mixing is carried out horizontally, allowing the materials to flow in both directions (up and down) according to the movement of the mixer paddle head. This design provides for the mixing of two-component resins, and other highly liquid materials. A homogeneous mixture without bubbles or lumps is guaranteed.
In designing all RUBI products, the RUBI RDI team, consisting of engineers and professionals from around the world, has been vital. The fact that we receive information from many parts of the world gives us the opportunity to have a global view of the business and the needs of professionals to design tools adapted to each market.
At RUBI we know how people work in every country in the world, we know the demands of ceramic tile fixers and we have knowledge of all materials used for installations and repairs. For these reasons RUBI is a recognized brand and clearly focused on a professional and demanding industry. That's why RUBI offers you all the knowledge and experience to manufacture high precision tools. The high demands of our customers and the market has led us to put our expertise into designing tools and products for cutting and fixing ceramic tiles as accurately as possible.
References and models for HEXAGONAL epoxy mixer paddle
- Ref. - 65939
- EAN-13 - 8413797659399
- Mixing capacity - 1-5 kg
- Rod's head diametre - 80 mm
- Max Height of the head - 400 mm
- Units per box - 6
- 4 Points: