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IKA Overhead stirrers - Stirring made easy!
IKA Werke

IKA unveils a film featuring its overhead stirrers, a technology designed to optimize complex stirring applications. The brief new image film, less than three minutes, demonstrates the high energy, safe, silent, easy, vibration-free and intuitive operation of laboratory stirring. The film features a "Generation Next" lab assistant disappointed with ordinary, conventional stirrers who dreams of an ideal product. His dream is visually and graphically astounding! He returns to reality as he enters the World of IKA and realizes his quest for Ideal Stirrers is complete!! IKA stirring technology is like a bolt of energy, a light at the end of the tunnel. Impeccably designed with enhanced capabilities, IKA stirrers accommodate a vast range of applications. The stirrers stand out because of their indispensable features including: electronic safety circuit, push-through agitator shaft, digital display and ability to control the rheological changes using labworldsoft software. IKA provides the perfect solutions for all your laboratory stirring needs at a great value, backed by performance, warranty and service support. IKA equipment meets and exceeds CE, UL standards and fulfils International safety regulations. IKA is the last word in Optimized Energy Distribution.

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