Mixer paddle with ring. Two helical ribbons pull the material mixture from the bottom upwards to the top while the ring has a protective effect on the mixing tank. For mixing tile adhesive, bonding mortar, joint compound, ready mixed plaster, floor screed, cement compounds, fillers etc. Suitable for drills only.
Average Customer Rating:
(4 Reviews) 4
Rating Snapshot(4 reviews)
3 of 4(75%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Berg WRR 100 S Mixer Paddle 8mm Hexagonal x 500mm
Review 1 for Berg WRR 100 S Mixer Paddle 8mm Hexagonal x 500mm
"Terrific for mixing grout and tile adhesive, although over priced.
A wee tip..... to clean it like new after use, fill a bucket with pebble dash or small stones, stick the paddle mixer in the bucket and run it at a slow speed. Also helps if you run a hose slowly into the bucket too."
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Review 3 for Berg WRR 100 S Mixer Paddle 8mm Hexagonal x 500mm
"Bought after my old mixer paddle broke and glad it did! This model mixes more quickly and smoothly because of the blade design. Time saving and also cleans more easily for same reason. Mainly used on plasterboard adhesive - really smooth mix in record time. Recommended."
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Review 4 for Berg WRR 100 S Mixer Paddle 8mm Hexagonal x 500mm
"Nice price & OK quality for the price, but the "Zinc-coated" feature is questionable, having shed black 'oxide' into 2 lots of abrasive white grout ... turning it more grey than it already was (Mapei Colorplus has a thick mix until it stands). Like the very cheap Titan paddle I first tried the zinc coating must be either very thin, or very poor quality, as the normally-feint black zinc sulphide - I believe it is - could not be removed fully, even when cleaned in a bucket of sand. Zinc galvanizing is probably robust, but cheap coating is not. I needed to acquire a stainless steel paddle at short notice, £50+ for off the shelf, so I had a very simple one made at my local machine workshop for ~£20. No more worry of shedding 'oxide' colour into white grout."