- - u attached the bars to the clock shafts... do u mean the
G'day; yes. The motors we bought didn't have any gearing, and
the shaft rotated at 60 revs per minute; SLOW - don't confuse
stirrers with magnetic polishers! And they weren't bars; they
were little cylinders.
-- What are ALNIVO magnetic and where would I get them
Sorry but it's Alnico; short for aluminium, nickel, cobalt.
Don't know where you'd get them in the USA; I live on the other
side of the globe. Most tool shops have them here. Modern
ceramic magnets are more powerful. If you can get them -- How
fast would the unit turn ... RPM....would this be fast enough for
a mag unit as per demo'ed in shows...
As fast as a second hand. I've never seen "mag units demo'd in
shows"; shows are like hen's teeth where I live. Last one I saw
was in Wellington 25 years ago, 200 miles away across two
mountain ranges and a nasty bit of water. We made the magnetic
stirrers which were urgently needed to stir corrosive liquids in
narrow-necked vessels in a University chemistry lab. Because we
couldn't buy them. Cheers,
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