The Activator, Volume 1, Number 8, May 1945 Page: 164
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SARGENT CONE DRIVE
Smooth, Vibrationless Drive with full power of motor delivered at all speeds
Throughout the entire speed range of 75
to 1300 r.p.m., the Sargent Cone Drive
delivers full motor power, is vibration-
less and silent, and assures constancy of
any selected speed. It is, therefore, as effi-
cient for such applications as the rotation
of electrodes and calorimeter paddles at
speeds of about 200 r.p.m. or less, as it is
for general stirring operations at higher
speeds. Fine adjustment of speed is made
by means of an adjusting nut and lock
which changes the effective diameter of
the cone in contact with the friction ring.
Because the motor is a brushless, induc-
tion type not containing centrifugal
switches, it is relatively safe against ex-
plosion. The simple right angle clamp
permits rapid adjustment of the motor
to any desired position in horizontal and
S-76445 Sargent Cone Drive Stirring Motor.
(Patent No. 1,973,576.) Complete with cross
support rod, right angle clamp, connecting cord
and plug, but without support stand. For oper-
ation from 115 volt A.C. 60 cycle circuits $33.50
5-76455 Ditto. But for 115 volt D.C. cir-
cuits ....................................... 38.50
5-76465 Ditto. But for 230 volt A.C.
60 cycle circuits .......................... 34.50
5-76475 Ditto. But for 230 volt D.C. cir-
cuits ............................................... 40.50
5-76480 Anode Chuck and Cathode Collet 1.50
5-79225 Support only for Sargent Cone Drive
Stirring Motor. Designed with considerable
mass to minimize support vibration. The heavy
U shaped base accommodates vessels up to six
inches in diameter and larger vessels can be
placed on top of the base which has a flat sur-
face. Supplied with a 5/" rod, 30 inches long
and adjusting screws to insure a solid four
point support on any surface. Each............$10.00
E. H. SARGENT & CO., 155-165 E. Superior St., Chicago 11, III.
Michigan Division: 1959 East Jefferson, Detroit 7, Michigan
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