Bete TurboMix eductor mixing nozzle
Inherently clog resistant, the Bete TurboMix eductor nozzle provides an effective, economical solution for circulating liquids in closed or open tanks.
TurboMix nozzles are suitable for clearing sludge, preventing sediment, creating movement in liquid, agitating for particle suspension, general mixing, breaking up a grease layer, fire protection water storage tanks, and to inject and mix chlorine, water additives, chemicals, acids, paint, coatings, platings, phosphate, dyes, pulp, fertilisers and slurries.
Many applications require that immiscible liquids be kept mixed or solids kept suspended to prevent bacteria growth and stratification by temperature. TurboMix nozzles can be used to agitate a combined fluid, if the mixture has many solids that are lighter or heavier than the liquid, has liquids of two different densities or has mixtures of oil and water-based compounds. In large water towers, thermal stratification of the water can lead to poor water quality and inaccurate sampling. Several TurboMix nozzles can mitigate thermal stratification by keeping the water moving at all times.
The induction effect through the TurboMix nozzle achieves greater mixing efficiency using smaller pumping capacity than mechanical mixing methods, with discharge plumes combining motive and entrained liquid. Only a pump and submerged TurboMix nozzle is required to reduce system complexity, capital cost and energy use. As there are no moving parts, TurboMix nozzles are durable and virtually maintenance-free.
Standard materials for the TurboMix eductor nozzles are brass, 316 stainless steel, carbon steel and glass-filled polypropylene, with many material options available from Bete’s in-house foundry.
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