Slow speed versions are best suited to low viscosity fluids; higher speed ones to thick sludge. They are usually submersible, although some models can be mounted on bridges.
Air mixing systems are used to keep sludges and slurries in a fluid state prior to treatment. Air is injected into the base of the tank, helping mix the contents. The oxygen present also stimulates aerobic biological processes.
Static inline mixers have no moving parts. They use a series of geometric baffles contained within a pipe to create a flow pattern that mixes fluids as they flow through. Inline mixers can handle viscous and fibrous liquids if required.
Jet mixers also have no moving parts. A pump is used to force one liquid through a nozzle into a tank. This creates high-pressure jets of liquid that entrain the receiving liquid.
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