Designed to quickly and efficiently mix all types of pre-filled SemkitŪ packages. Has a 1/4' shank. Chuck it up in your drill to mix SemkitŪ sealant tubes.
Gets a perfect mix in a lot less time. Well worth the price.
ECON SEALANT MIXER
Nice quality, works as advertised.
ECON SEALANT MIXER
Very nice looking, and mates perfectly to the Semco kits its designed for. This is half the price of the similar tool listed on Amazon thats sold by a non-reputable vendor. This tool is much better than using hands to mix and much safer than the improvised tools that production has been using. Ex: large drill bit shoved into the center hole of the Semkit handle. Thank you for providing the simple tool that PPG doesnt offer.
Great product. Everyone wanted one.
Tool is perfect for my application + Great service from seller.
Excellent product. Great quality with fast delivery.
If you are in the field and not near a mixer for the Semkits this is a must have along with the Semco Model 850 sealant gun. It is actually faster than the table top mixer and easier to use. It is compact and can be stored inside the Semco sealant gun retainer. Makes for a handy kit for those unexpected field repairs. The design is excellent, pins are threaded into the base, stem is robust and will easily fit into most quality cordless drill chucks.
Works great for our students s projects.
Exactly what I was looking for. Well built.
This seems like a well designed sturdy tool. I like how the studs are Hi-Locks, and can be removed and replaced if they break. 4 Stars because I cannot speak on the longevity of it.
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