Static mixers work across industry lines to create efficiency at every turn. That often includes work in the water treatment industry. Wondering just what they do in water treatment plants across the globe? Take a look.
Chemicals like chlorine and soda ash become part of the water line along the way, and static mixers often serve as the spot to introduce those chemicals. Static mixers create a level of turbulence within the flow, and that can enhance rapid mixture of the introduced chemical.
The Komax Triple Action Static Mixer works a bit differently than other products on the market. In a traditional static mixer, the water flows in, the chemical is injected, and the entire things is churned by metal baffles, mixing the chemical with the water. In the Komax model, though, three distinct types of mixing occur. Our mixers divide and redivide the process stream, creating a million divisions and recombinations for more efficient mixing. We also ensure cross current mixing because cavities built into our process randomize the distribution. Add that to counter-rotating vortices and back mixing, and an elimination of the all-too-common streaming or tunneling effect so many static mixers are known for.
Static mixers reduce the time requirements and improve the performance of the chemicals injected into water for treatment purposes. With increasing demands on potable drinking water and chemical treatment, ensuring the right static mixers are in place to service the industry is a must, and Komax is ready to help.
So, to learn more about the advantage of our designs, contact us today.