Advanced Mixing Systems Offer Better Wastewater Treatment Efficiency

Advanced Mixing Systems Offer Better Wastewater Treatment Efficiency

GridBee and SolarBee Floating Wastewater Mixers from Ixom Watercare.

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The wastewater treatment industry continues to see advancements in mixing technologies, with a focus on enhancing treatment quality and operational efficiency. One example is floating wastewater mixers, which can provide 24/7 mixing and significantly reduce energy costs. Another example is dual-zone mixing technology, which offers uniform mixing patterns for optimal solids suspension and contact. Read more about the technologies below.

Ixom Watercare GridBee and SolarBee Floating Wastewater Mixers
GridBee and SolarBee Floating Wastewater Mixers from Ixom Watercare are designed to solve a variety of municipal and industrial wastewater quality problems including high energy costs, EPA discharge permit violations and odor control. Not only can these powerful mixers operate 24/7 to improve overall treatment, they can also supply most of the mixing energy required in any treatment pond, which in turn can reduce the operational hours of the existing aeration/mixing system. Available power options include fully grid, fully solar and combined grid-solar. Applications include wastewater ponds, activated sludge, water reuse/effluent storage ponds and anaerobic ponds. 866-437-8076; www.ixom.com


JDV Equipment Nozzle Mix System 
The Nozzle Mix System from JDV Equipment is a dual-zone mixing technology that provides uniform mixing patterns that produce even distribution and a stable environment. It can help optimize solids suspension and contact to promote efficiency in a wide range of applications. The system is designed with pumps installed outside the tanks to facilitate ease of maintenance. The pumps are typically chopper pumps or pumps incorporating in-line grinders that prevent fibrous materials from accumulating and causing plugging problems. The application dictates which type(s) of the many varied pump options can be used. The high-velocity nozzles are mounted inside the tank and are oriented to discharge in a flow pattern that completely mixes the tank contents. 973-366-6556; www.jdvequipment.com



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