Pulsair’s beverage mixing tank agitators is designed to meet almost every customer requirement. Due to their modular build, the agitators can be designed for numerous applications within the sanitary industry.
Pulsair offers fast and efficient solutions for beverage mixing tanks. Sanitary tank agitators suitable to any tank size. Which in addition, allow operators to streamline their production process, reduce energy consumption and eliminate in-tank maintenance.
Customized tank mixing solutions, applicable in all types of beverage blending, from drinking water, juices, brew, red wine, syrups, carbonated drinks, concentrates & purees, Jam & Marmalade, soup, sauces, vegetables & fruit canning, baby food, milk, cheese, yogurt, soy milk, food additives.
How It Works?
Our beverage mixing tank systems work through sequentially releasing bubbles at timed intervals. Thereby creates immediate vertical circulation in the tank and mixes 100% of the tanks contents. The sudden release of air shocks the liquids, setting the liquid molecules in motions. As the air pulse is “squeezed out” beneath the open accumulator plate. This shoots out laterally in a 360 degree direction sweeping the settled solids on the tank floor creating a pressure zone around the plate.
The air then accumulates over the plate into large, oval shaped bubbles. Underneath these large, wide bubbles, a vacuum is created that quickly pull the bottom liquids and solids up to the surface. After the pulse of compressed air is instantaneously released, gravity and physics take over to force the air bubble to the liquid surface. As the bubble rises it also pushes the liquid above it up and out toward the tank perimeter. With no moving parts and minimal maintenance, pulsed air mixing tank technology reduces the need for extra maintenance, tank downtime and costly repairs commonly associated with mechanical mixing tank systems.
Benefits of Beverage Mixing Tanks
- Reduce energy consumption
- Improve & streamline process
- Enhance contact time between solids and base liquids
- Non-shear mixing & stiring process
- Uniform temperature stabilization
- Variable speed & power settings
- Inert gas blanket stabilization
- Plant DCS integration