The pressurized motive fluid (water) is supplied to the “Typhoon” housing by means of a tangential inlet and forced through a complex matrix in the “Typhoon” insert. The flow of the motive fluid through the matrix creates a negative pressure zone, which increases the surface area and mixing capability of the process materials.
The Typhoon devise is mounted on top of the process/mix tank where the dilution water and powders interface and are driven into the vessel, thus significantly reducing the potential of any fine particles from escaping to the environment, providing a safe working area.
|Operational Sequence Mix Tank
- Operational Sequence Application/Storage Tank
- Water inlet valve opens.
- (Optional) booster pump starts.
- Flow rate confirmed.
- Tank water level rises, lower mixer propeller immersed.
- Mixer motor starts.
- Volumetric feeder starts & feeds polymer.
- At 80% tank level the feeder stops
- Water continues completes the fill cycle.
- The mixer continues until sufficient polymer hydration is achieved.
|Operational Sequence Application/Storage Tank
- Ratio to Mix tank best at 2:1 or more.
- Tank level drops to predetermined volume.
- Requires Sufficient capacity receive the entire contents of the mix tank