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 and fillers. Suitable for drills only.
Average Customer Rating:
(8 Reviews) 8
Rating Snapshot(8 reviews)
7 of 8(88%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Berg WR 100 S Mixer Paddle 10mm Hexagonal x 600mm
Review 1 for Berg WR 100 S Mixer Paddle 10mm Hexagonal x 600mm
"An excellent piece of equipment at a reasonable price. Well made and if cleaned after each use should last a long time. Makes mixing Mortar Plaster etc. so much quicker and easier. Why did it take me so long to find out ? Will not be returning to mixing by hand. This does a far better job and much quicker. Would recommend this to anyone."
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Review 3 for Berg WR 100 S Mixer Paddle 10mm Hexagonal x 600mm
"This is the best paddle i have ever had and the cheapest, It kicks a little bit if you hit the side of your bucket/trug but i got use to that after 10 minutes, I have used this to mix bonding coat, skim, tile adhesive etc and its been FANTASTIC!! everytime, Get's ALL!! the powder from the bottom of the bucket/trug and dosen't spit/splash your mix out of your bucket/trug, Cleaning is easy as well, all i do i make sure i have spare water in my bucket and after i have done my mix i just put the paddle into the bucket of water making shore the water covers the paddle and start off slow and then full power with your drill etc for 20 seconds and take out spin again full power 5 seconds to get rid of water and done, cleans up great."
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Review 4 for Berg WR 100 S Mixer Paddle 10mm Hexagonal x 600mm
"Whilst i agree with everyone else's comments it is also worth pointing out that this paddle doesn't have a ring welded onto the bottom. So, as you use it around the bucket edges, its sharp edges on the outer bits of blade shave plastic off the inside of your bucket. Fine for most products except plaster finish coat, plastic shavings don't trowel well."