These Stirrer Shafts consist of a PTFE jacketed stainless steel shaft and a stirrer blade made of solid PTFE. The stainless-steel core provides high mechanical stability and allows a safe fixing in the agitator.
All glass stirrer shafts which are commonly used in laboratories are very fragile. Dropping, stirring solid materials, or too much power transmitted from the agitator to the product can cause broken glass. Due to their solid stainless steel core, these Stirrer Shafts are protected against all these possibilities of breaking.
Stirrer shafts made of PP (polypropylene) are deformed at temperatures exceeding +100°C and cannot be used any longer. But, PTFE-jacketed stirrer shafts can be used at temperatures of up to +250°C without any negative effects on their chemical resistance. Application Areas:
Due to the thick PTFE-jacket, the product which is stirred is only exposed to PTFE. This assures an almost universal chemical resistance. PTFE-jacketed stirrer shafts can be used whenever stirrer shafts made of PP (polypropylene), glass or stainless steel are not sufficient.
PTFE STIRRER SHAFTS
|Part. No.||Type||Dia. mm||Length. mm||Blades |
|12097||Propeller||8 | 10||450 | 600||75 | 100|
|12098||Anchor||8 | 10||450 | 600||75 | 100|
|12099||Grid Stirrer||8 | 10||450 | 600||75 | 100|
|13000||Half Moon||8 | 10||450 | 600||75 | 100|
|13001||Agitator||8 | 10||450 | 600||75 | 100|
|13002||Dual Agitator||8 | 10||450 | 600||75 | 100|
|13003||Impellor||8 | 10||450 | 600||75 | 100|
|13004||Sheet Stirrer||8 | 10||450 | 600||75 | 100|
We get custom made stirrer shafts with exactly the dimensions that require