One for all and all for one
The origins of the smallest series of conical magnetic stirring heads lie with the mini series, with a head diameter of 40 mm. For the magnetic stirring head cirrus
, the cone section NS 19/26 is attached below the magnetic bell. Technical data – always a round matter
- Conical connection NS 19/26
- Sealing to the vessel cover using two O-Rings, one behind the other. For the stainless steel design, made from viton, or Kalrez for use with HC.
- Torque of the magnetic coupling 20 Ncm or 50 Ncm.
- Material WNo. 1.4435 (AISI 316L) or Hastelloy C22 as standard.
- Operating temperature 200 °C
- The magnetic stirring head movic is suitable for the vacuum or pressureless situation.
- Designs in Hastelloy C276, B3 or titanium Size 2 on request.
- Stainless steel ball bearing mountings on the drive shaft. Hastelloy or Titanium versions with friction bearing mounting PTFE/carbon.
- Maximum speed 1750 rpm for ball bearing mounting.
- Drive shaft (coupled to the drive on site) ø 7 mm
- Output shaft ø 6 mm
- Suitable stirrer, such as for example, aeration stirrers ø 18 mm or 25 mm are available in various lengths
- The complete length for a movic, 20 Ncm is 186.6 mm
The minifiz and movic are similar magnetic stirring heads to the cirrus
. They have the same striking, red drive shaft. They primarily differ in the standard joints. Minifiz emanates from a conical connection NS 29/32, the cirrus from NS 19/26 and movic again from the NS 14/23. There is an option to configure the smallest of all magnetic stirring heads.