Submersible Mixing

Submersible mixingCompared to dry-mounted mixers, submersible solutions offer greater flexibility and considerable savings in energy consumption for a wide range of mixing applications, such as solids suspension, bottom erosion, blending, circulation or destratification.

How does mixing work?
All mixing applications require varying degrees of both small-scale turbulence and bulk flow. In a good bulk flow, the contents of the entire tank are put in motion so that all parts are involved in the mixing. Most mixing applications generate abundant turbulence and it is the strength of the bulk flow that controls the efficiency of the mixing.

Submersible mixers mean more efficient bulk flow
Submersible mixers allow a great deal of flexibility in installation, unlike their dry-mounted counterparts. The mixer jet can be positioned to develop over a long distance and adapted to the shape of the tank. This ensures the creation of a maximum level of bulk flow.
The result: more efficient mixing and lower power consumption.