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Troemner™ Talboys™ Basic Stirrers

Rugged, compact unit stirs up to 1000mL of liquid

$293.88 - $335.98

Specifications

Ambient Temperature Range (Metric) 400°C
Capacity 33.81 oz., 1000mL
Certifications/Compliance UL, cUL, CE
Diameter (English) Tray 4.5 in.
Diameter (Metric) Tray 11.4cm
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Includes:  72 in. (183cm) 3-wire cord and plug
Products
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Model Price Quantity    

02-214-143

 
troemner llc
953200
Basic Mini Stirrer Each for $335.98

02-214-147

 
troemner llc
953207*
Basic Mini Auto-Stirrer Each for $293.88
Description & Specifications

Specifications

Ambient Temperature Range (Metric) 400°C
Capacity 33.81 oz., 1000mL
Certifications/Compliance UL, cUL, CE
Diameter (English) Tray 4.5 in.
Diameter (Metric) Tray 11.4cm
Amperage 0.5A
Dimensions (L x W x H) 6.5 x 5.75 x 4.75 in. (16.5 x 14.6 x 12.1cm)
Speed 100 to 1200rpm
Electrical Requirements 120V 50/60Hz
Includes 72 in. 3-wire cord and plug, PTFE coated spin bar
Material Aluminum
Range 100 to 1200rpm
Shipping Weight (English) 4.5 lb.
Shipping Weight (Metric) 2kg
Sole Features Powerful motor and Magnet deliver reliable and consistent stirring
Surface Area (English) 4.5 in.
Surface Area (Metric) 11.4cm
Warranty 2 Years

  • Durable, 4.5 in. (11.4cm) diameter cast aluminum top plate
  • Compact design saves bench space
  • Built-in support rod holder with locking knob accepts optional support rod and clamp kit
  • Units can be run in environments from 4° to 40°C (39° to 104°F)
  • Ideal for educational labs

Stirrer

  • 100 to 1200rpm stirring range
  • Powerful motor and magnet deliver reliable and consistent stirring
  • Basic speed control knob with 1 to 10 dial markings
  • Includes 1.5 in. (3.8cm) PTFE-coated stir bar
  • Basic Mini Auto-Stirrer features a micro-switch that is activated by the minimum weight of ~50g (1.75 oz.) and will cease when mixing vessel is removed

Academia, Chemistry 101

UL, cUL, CE marked

2 year limited warranty on parts and labor