Sirman whips up a storm with new blenders

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The new Sirman Storm Stick blender from FEM.

FEM has launched Sirman’s new Storm and Ciclone ranges of stick blenders. This collection of standard duty hand blenders features models with both fixed and variable speed options, available in a selection of sizes.

All models in the collection are designed to be robust yet lightweight, thanks to their fibreglass acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) body. Features include an ergonomic handle, a trigger switch for continuous blending and a triple-bladed steel blade system.

A built-in safety device should protect operators from mistakenly switching on the blender. All models feature a cooling system to keep the device from burning out when used for back-to-back blending sessions.

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The shaft and the blade head are detachable and designed to be quick and easy to release and reinsert.

The Storm range consists of two models, the fixed speed Storm and the variable speed Storm VT. The pair have identical dimensions, measuring 74mm wide by 145mm deep by 450mm tall, providing a blending capacity of up to 15 litres.

They both use a 160mm shaft and have a power output of 0.2kW. The Storm has a fixed speed of 12,500 rpm, while the Storm VT offers a speed range of 2,000 to 12,500 rpm.

There are six Ciclone blenders available, with the range equally split between fixed and variable speed models.

The smallest are the Ciclone 200 and the Ciclone 200 VT, which both produce 0.2kW of power, have a shaft of 250mm and can blend up to 20 litres. They both measure 100mm wide by 182mm deep by 590mm tall. The Ciolone 200 has a fixed speed of 12,500 rpm, with the 200 VT providing a range of speeds between 2,300 and 12,000 rpm.

The Ciclone 280 and 280VT are the mid-size options in the series, providing a blending capacity of 40 litres. The largest models are the 360 and the 360VT, which can provide a blend of up to 70 litres.

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