Are you still mixing with an ordi­nary power drill?

Are you still mixing with an ordinary power drill? Blogbericht Englisch

Mixing jobs are part of the daily routine on any construction site. But professional mixing machines and mixing tools are often nowhere to be found. Many craftsmen continue to struggle with a simple power drill for complex mixing jobs instead of using a special hand-held mixer.

A power drill can certainly be adequate for mixing small volumes of mainly liquid materials at a low rpm, but when materials with higher viscosity or large mixing volumes have to be mixed a power drill should not be your first choice. Because a power drill is designed to drill in short bursts and not mix for long periods of time, they tend to quickly overheat and burnout. Also when using a power drill, the mixing time will increase with a higher physical strain on the user. ## So why make mixing jobs more difficult? In comparison with ordinary drills, Collomix hand-held paddle mixers are specially designed for heavy loads generated during mixing. The drive elements supply enough power and sufficient cooling for the motor even under the heaviest of loads, and the special gear units guarantee a long life and optimum performance.

Collomix hand-held mixers also give you many more advantages.

Because Collomix hand-held paddle mixers are all designed ergonomically, the comfortable holding position and body posture make your work easier. The special machine power and rotational speed are in optimal balance for top-class mixing results and minimum physical strain on the user.

Collomix hand-held paddle mixers also convert power into mixing action. The gear system and finely adjustable electronics of the Collomix hand-held paddle mixers provide maximum power at all time. Moreover the ON/OFF switch has a safeguard for preventing unintentional start-up, while the speed is finely controlled by speed electronics.

Collomix hand-held mixers are powerful and wear-resistant with maximum power utilization and long service life - Count on it!

As a rule of thumb: the larger the mixing volume, the higher the viscosity of the mixing material, the lower the rpm and, as a consequence, the higher the drive power required.

Don’t sabotage your mixing job by using only an ordinary power drill – Make your work easier by using a hand-held mixer from Collomix

Usage note: Our product recommendations are given according to the best of our knowledge and experience, but we cannot provide a guarantee for their correctness. Therefore, please always refer to the material manufacturer's notes in the technical data sheets and carefully check the suitability of the mixing tools and machines for the task at hand and in accordance with the notes and instructions in the operating instructions for the devices.

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