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  • SR940-20
Overhead compressed air stirrer, Buddeberg PLR10, stirrer only, for up to 25 litres of low viscosity liquid, maximum speed 15000rpm, with 13mm diameter clamping tube for mounting on a stand and 9mm o.d. nozzle for connection to an air supply, requires a compressed air source for operation.


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High torque, air-powered, continuous running overhead stirrer which is ideal for a variety of laboratory stirring tasks. Certified in accordance with the European ATEX Directive 94/9/EG (see notes below).

  • Spark-free operation
  • Excellent power:weight ratio
  • Can be run whilst overloaded to a standstill without damage
  • Can operate from 0 to 6 bar pressure compressed air supplies
  • Air consumption 260 litres/minute at 6 bar pressure
  • Stainless steel housing resists corrosion
  • Maximum stirrer volume 25 litres
  • Continuously adjustable speed control using valve supplied
  • Clockwise rotation

Stainless steel housing. With valve for continuously adjustable speed control, integral exhaust air venting and 13mm diameter clamping tube for mounting on a stand incorporating a 9mm o.d. riffled nozzle for connection to compressed air supply tubing. Requires a (preferably dry) compressed air source for operation.

 Model      PLR10
 Speed (no load)        rpm     15,000
 Torque        Nm 0.3
 Gears   0      
 Sample viscosity capability          Low                                    
 Drive shaft, L x diameter mm 24 x 10
 Overall height mm  124
 Overall diameter mm  38
 Weight kg  0.9









                                                       Information for operating stirrers in potentially explosive atmospheres                     
  •   Only couplings (SR943-06 to PR943-21) rather than chucks, must be used to attach paddle shafts.
  •   The stirrer is provided wih earthing points for equipotential bonding and must be suitably connected.
  •  Before using the pump, the operator must be satisfied that it is suitable for working within the prevailing environmental conditions.