jet mixer

jet mixer

[′jet ′mik·sər]
(mechanical engineering)
A type of flow mixer or line mixer, depending on impingement of one liquid on the other to produce mixing.
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The C-Type Jet Mixer is an enhanced sanitary solution to the issues of in-tank agitation.
Rapid yielding can be achieved by addition through a high shear jet mixer usually over one cycle of the volume.
Quadro's Ytron Jet Mixer uses a specially desiged impellor/stator to deliver a pure axial jet flow, preventing vortices, unwanted air, and generating the efficient mixing that revolutionizes your process without the need for baffles in the vessel.
The YTRON Jet Mixer improves finished quality, eliminates stratification in tanks and assures homogeneity in the shortest period of time without over-shearing products.
The final phase of full-scale testing has wrapped up for the pulse jet mixer (PJM) vessels and control systems intended for use in the Hanford Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plants Pretreatment Facility.
In use, it constantly re-circulates liquid from the bottom of the vessel to the jet mixer body, positioned beneath the surface of the liquid.