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  1. Four bidirectional jet aerators at the base of a large concrete tank Four bidirectional jet aerators in round tank. These aerators will produce a circular, clockwise flow for a paper manufacturer.
     
  2. Three bidirectional jet aerators at the base of a large unfilled rectangular lagoon Three bidirectional jet aerators in an lagoon for a food manufacturer.
     
  3. A bidirectional jet aerator at the bottom of an unfilled lagoon. The base of the aerator is covered with rocks. One of seven bidirectional jet aerators in an activated sludge lagoon for a pulp manufacturer. The front-facing nozzle helps with backflush, in case the other nozzles encounter blockage.
     
  4. A man standing next to a section of a bidirectional jet aerator A bidirectional jet aerator during manufacturing, immediately prior to nozzle attachment.
     
  5. An empty basin with a blue bidirectional jet aerator in the center of the bottom of the basin A bidirectional mix jet aerator in a tank being filled with liquid. White jets of liquid are coming out of the aerator A bidirectional jet aerator at the base of a tank. The second image shows the tank being filled with liquid and the equal spacing of the jet plumes in the liquid.
     
  6.   The base of a large rectangular tank, with two bidirectional jet aerators on the ground A large tank partially filled with brown liquid. The jet plumes from aeration are visible at the surface of the liquid  Two bidirectional jet aerators are located at the base of this tank. As the tank is filled, the jet plumes and mixing pattern are visible on the surface of the liquid.
  7. Three bidirectional jet aerators at the base of a rectangular tank Three bidirectional jet aerators in a basin 98 ft by 66 ft by 30 ft (30 m by 20 m x 9 m). This system is used for wastewater treatment for a tire manufacturer.
  8. The surface of a body of brown water during the process of aeration. The water is frothing and moving during the process Two bidirectional mix jet aerators are placed end to end in a rectangular tank. The surface of the liquid during the aeration process is shown here.
  9. Two blue bidirectional jet aerators at the base of a large tank Two bidirectional jet aerators at the base of a refinery tank.
  10. Bidirectional jet aerators at the base of an unfilled lagoon covered in rocks. There are several construction workers around the lagoon. Two bidirectional mix jet aerators are placed end to end in this lagoon. This equalization tank is meant to mix solids for a paper pulp mill.
  11. A man standing next to the end of a bidirectional jet aerator One of two bidirectional jet aerators that will be installed in a 70 ft diameter tank for an antibiotics manufacturer. These aerators have a 24" liquid line and a 12" air line.
  12. Several bidirectional jet aerators in a concrete basin Two bidirectional mix jet aerators are installed in a two-chamber aeration basin. The 8" backflush can be seen on the right near the ladder, which clears the system if the nozzles get blocked by solids.
  13. An aerial view of a bidirectional jet aerator One of two bidirectional jet aerators during installation. These aerator nozzles are especially close together due to the high oxygen requirement of the system.
  14. A large body of blue water. The surface of the water is slightly turbulent due to aeration Jet aerators in activated sludge at pharmaceutical plant.
  15. The base of a large rectangular tank. There are two bidirectional jet aerators on either side of the tank Two jet aerators in unfilled rectangular tanks. The purpose of this aeration is to activate the sludge in the tank.
  16. The surface of a concrete tank partially filled with brown liquid. The surface of the liquid shows turbulence due to the aeration processThree bidirectional jet aerators in operation with a partially filled tank.
  17. The surface of a body of water experiencing turbulence due to jet aeration Bidirectional jet aerators at a refinery activated sludge plant in Mexico.