MX 1600/2 E Stirrer with HS 3 Left Rod
The MX 1600/2 is Festool's most powerful dual speed stirrer, ideal for mixing building materials with medium to high viscosity, such as plaster, concrete and screed up to 90 litres. Designed for the harsh demands of mixing applications with extreme dirt exposure and hard impacts, features such as the durable drive, switch cover and hard-wearing rubber edges make Festool stirrers extremely robust. Their patented ErgoFix height adjustment system allows you to adapt the height of the stirrer up to 80 mm and mix materials in a naturally upright position. The 1,500 W motor generates constant rotary force and withstands periods of long continuous use.
- HS 3 Rod - mix concrete, screed, mortar, plaster
- HS 3L Rod - mix paint, emulsion paint
- HS 2 Rod - mix adhesive, filler, levelling compound, plaster, mortar, tile cement
- CS Whisk - mix adhesive, filler, levelling compound
- WS Disk Rod - mix paint, emulsion paint, varnish, wallpaper paste
- Use with stirring rods up to 160 mm diameter
The combination of a high performance motor and high torque gearbox guarantees a long service life, even in tough continuous applications.
The patented ErgoFix height adjustment system allows up to 80mm height adjustment on the stirrer. Adapt the tool to suit an upright working position, eliminating back pain caused by bending over.
Hard wearing rubber edges provide effective protection against damage and prevent the tool from slipping when set down on slopping surfaces.
Using the speed trigger and separate speed control, the right speed can be set for every application to achieve perfect mixing results and to prevent material spray off when you pull the trigger.
Festool stirrers features a protective cap with labyrinth guide to prevent penetration of spray water and dirt in the housing - significantly extending the service life of the machine.
The FastFix quick change system allows you to remove the stirring rod without tools, changing rods more quickly when processing different materials without the annoying search for spanners.