References Mixing Technology

Water and wastewater treatment plants are usually created as a made-to-measure design and lay-out for a particular project. Depending on the original situation and the intended treatment, various process engineering steps are combined so that the aim of the process engineering is safely within reach. While doing so, the engineer draws from a range of known unit processes. The most important processes from this range are stirring and mixing processes. They play a decisive role in nearly all water and wastewater treatment plants.

Below you will find some examples for important applications of mixing technology in water and wastewater treatment plants: 

Application Mixing task
Mixing and equalization tank Suspension and Homogenization
Neutralization Flash-Mixing
Pre-Mixing of Precipitants Flash-Mixing
Precipitation Suspension and Homogenization
Coagulation Suspension and Homogenization
Biological phosphate elimination Suspension and Homogenization
Denitrification Suspension and Homogenization
BOD or COD removal Homogenization and Dispersion
Disinfection Flash-Mixing
Sludge treatment Suspension and Homogenization
Storage of chemicals/chemical solution      Suspension

INVENT is able to respond to your specific mixing tasks and offers mixers that are optimized based on the process at hand.