Pulsair Mixing Tank System
The powerful mixing tank system of Pulsair consists in the mixing and blending of liquids. Moreover this innovative technology uses sequentially injected bursts or pulses of compressed air or gas. In this way these pulses are released through a series of flat, round disks called accumulator plates that are secured to the tank bottom. By strategically locating the accumulator plates on the tank floor, virtually 100% of the tank’s liquid contents can be uniformly mixed.
Mixing Tank System Process
The process of sequentially releasing the 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.
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Mixing Tank System Installation
The size of the air bubble, frequency of pulses and number of accumulator plates in the tank dependent on the diameter and geometry of the tank. The mixing goals and the type of liquid are also factored in when designing a Pulsair mixing system for your tank.
Installation of Pulsair’s mixing tank systems simple and easy. Once they are installed, they require very little maintenance. The Pulsair mixing systems are sold as “kits” and include a set of tank drawings (for PPC systems). This enables the customer or contractor save money on the installation.