Flo Trend’s Turbo Jet Mixer® is typically used in submerged applications to mix chemicals into large quantities of liquid.
It can be used for suspending or mixing solids in a liquid such as powdered chemicals, dewatering chemicals, and flocculants (lime, alum, dry polymer, and ferric with liquids).
It can also emulsify primary liquids with secondary liquids, such as adding liquid dewatering polymer to sludge in a clarifier
The Turbo Jet Mixer uses the Bernoulli Principle of converting static pressure into velocity to cause low pressure.
A pressurized liquid is fed into the motive nozzle. The velocity of the liquid emitted from the nozzle orifice develops a vacuum of low pressure that draws in the surrounding liquid through openings into the mixing chamber.
This promotes a turbulent flow that produces multi-dimensional mixing and diffusing, eliminating liquid stagnation.
Motive liquid flow of 1xGPM (gallons per minute) will create a vacuum of 3xGPM being pulled in from surrounding liquid resulting in a 4xGPM flow ejected from the discharge.