Widia-tipped mixing tools

The marathon runners

 Low-maintenance mixing tools as well as durable bottoms and walls together with the lowest possible cleaning requirements are the declared goals of every mixing plant operator. Carbide-tipped mixing tools are one step in this direction.

The Widia-tipped mixing tools, manufactured by Contex and distributed by Gerhard Warning GmbH, have built up a reputation in this field almost all over the world - highest demands with the highest possible production periods. No matter whether mixing blades, an inner wall scraper, outer wall scraper or stirring arms are concerned, Contex reproduces the basic bodies of the mixing tools for almost any mixing type in the original size and shape of different materials, so as to coat them afterwards with exclusive plating. A semi-automated production method guarantees a uniform thickness of the...

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